The upside of technology advancements and innovation are well known and this week, Karamjit Singh ponders the dire consequences of life going increasingly digital and how individuals, governments, and companies will adapt.
The Indonesian Government will make coding part of the school curriculum next year, according to its Minister of Communications and Information Technology Rudiantara.
Is there anything that parents can do to introduce their children to coding basics? Actually, there are – here’s Winnie Lee with several apps that parents can turn to.
NEXT Academy has raised US$300K in a pre-seed round that would accelerate its goal of teaching a million people in South-East Asia coding and growth hacking skills over the next five years.
Malaysia kicked off Microsoft Corp and Code.org’s third-annual ‘Hour of Code’ initiative in Asia Pacific with a series of events that even saw juvenile criminals learning how to code.
Today’s digital natives may be empowered by technology, but they are disempowered in several ways too, writes Winnie Lee.
You fantasise about becoming your own boss, building a global company, and becoming a leader in your industry, but you don’t know how to code. That’s not a problem, writes Justin Hall.
Google's Made with Code, a movement launched in June 2014 to inspire girls to learn to code, will be hitting Malaysian shores on Nov 21 with a workshop to be conducted by iTrain Kids.
As the Association of South-East Asian Nations (Asean) gears up to become a single market with the implementation of the Asean Economic Community (AEC) in December, the economic bloc faces a variety of challenges.
Serial entrepreneur and angel investor Douglas Khoo plans to solve the local programmer shortage with his coding academy in Penang, he told Echelon Malaysia 2015.