Years ago, Grace Francisco was taking apart computers and teaching herself computer science. Today, she is the VP of Developer Relations at Roblox and mother to two girls. Though she was the first woman on many of the software teams she’s worked on, Grace is not the first mother to hope her girls grow up […]
Coding is to be introduced into the national curriculum, but two thirds of parents know nothing about it. Nat Welch/ CC One of the biggest overhauls of the national curriculum in 14 years is to come into affect from Monday, 1 September as information and communications technology (ICT) is replaced by a new computer science programme. […]
Our instructors have spent their summers getting ready for the AWS Cloud Practitioner exam. They are finding the courses on Linux Academy and A Cloud Guru helpful. The goal is to take the exam in September. Stay tuned!
Here is a coding example by one of our instructors. Description You are a ninja! Dodge flying blades, jump over saws, and evade oncoming blocks! But there’s a twist—you move by switching your player’s gravity orientation! See Gravity Ninja here.
Google announced today that administrators of G Suite accounts can now enable and configure a special alert when a government-backed cyber-espionage group is trying to hack into one of their company’s user accounts. This new alert is available via the “Admin Console > Reports > Manage Alerts > Government backed attack” option available through the […]
The company is launching a new “grammar suggestions” feature in Docs that will catch and suggest corrections for all sorts of language slip-ups, including article errors (“a” versus “an”) and more complicated concepts, like dangling subordinate clauses (for example, “After she drank her coffee” cannot stand alone as a sentence). Google says it will use […]