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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.
Today’s digital natives may be empowered by technology, but they are disempowered in several ways too, writes Winnie Lee.
Singapore startup EdgeBotix plans to make learning interactive by bringing affordable robots into the lecture halls and classrooms.
Trend Micro Inc has opened up its annual Codinsanity programming contest to both working professionals and students for the first time in 15 years.
Gender gap in ICT field and tech startup space still evident, but women in the space persevere Female Founder Fellowship launched for FI Spring Semester in KL; application deadline Feb 9
As students grew up with computers as an integral part of their lives, it is unsurprising to see a growing interest in programming. Coupled with the wealth of information and the availability of tools on the Internet, learning programming has never been easier than it is today, writes Dr Shawn Tan.
Although the stereotypical computer programmer is often depicted as a loner working from a dark basement or kitchen table, programming is actually a social activity, writes Dr Shawn Tan.
In his previous article, Dr Shawn Tan argued that programming cannot be taught, but it can definitely be learned -- and this week, he has some suggestions on how to go about doing it.
Knowledge of a programming language does not equal the capability to code, just as how knowledge of English does not magically make the person a poet, writes Dr Shawn Tan.