Whether you began coding in kindergarten or barely touched a computer until your first job, it’s never too late to learn valuable coding skills. That’s just one piece of advice shared during Penn LPS Coding Boot Camp’s first ever...
It’s that time of year again. The holidays are just around the corner, and before long we’ll be ringing in a new year. Naturally, it’s a time when we all pause to think about where we are in our...
By Eric Wise The following post contains an excerpt from our enterprise ebook How to Become a Data-Driven Organization. Download your free copy. According to the Data Literacy Project, organizations with strong corporate data literacy exhibit up to 5% higher enterprise...
After seven years at Pearson, the world’s oldest and largest global education company, I’m thrilled to join Trilogy Education, perhaps the world’s fastest growing and most exciting education startup, as its chief product officer. In my role these past...
When the Dow drops 800 points in one day and global banks announce layoffs in the tens of thousands, economists and financiers start to get nervous. While the warnings about an imminent recession may be premature, businesses are tightening...
“The question isn’t who’s going to let me; it’s who is going to stop me.” – Ayn Rand Although there are diversity and inclusion infringements to be found in likely every industry, it is particularly notable in the tech space. In...
By Chuck Mackey Today's uber-crisis world demands a better way to ensure offensive and defensive cybersecurity success. All organizations need to be adaptive in this highly volatile environment. They must sense and rapidly respond to critical incidents, threats, vulnerabilities, and...
Not so long ago, if you’d told your friends and family you were moving to Wisconsin to pursue a career in technology, they might have thought you were crazy. Everyone knew that the Coasts were the place to go...
This article originally appeared on LinkedIn. Three years ago, Trilogy Education sent out its first ever student feedback form. It was a simple survey, no more than five questions long—but it was one we diligently sent to our students and...
By Eric Wise The Microsoft .NET Framework has had a great run since its initial release in 2001. My first programming experiences were with Java, C++, and Visual Basic 6.0, but I quickly fell in love with C# and .NET....

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