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....
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...
All week at Trilogy Education, we’ve been highlighting the incredible journeys of women boot camp graduates who have shown grit, courage, and persistence on their way to rewarding careers in technology. These women have proven that tech needs what...
By Eric Wise People talk a lot about “shrinking the skills gap,” but very few organizations go beyond verbalizing the recognition that a talent gap exists and that something, somehow, should be done. In our quest to help companies bridge...
As the winter holidays approach, many consumers will skip the lines at brick-and-mortar shops and instead spend their money with online retailers. And many of these online stores will rely on a robust tech infrastructure to power their transactions....
By Riley Batchelor According to a report by the Australian Computer Society, the demand for tech workers is set to grow by almost 100,000 to 758,700 workers by 2023. By this time, almost 3 million Australian workers will be employed...
By Eric Wise The digital skills gap and talent scarcity is not a short-term problem. To face this challenge head-on, companies need to start creating a culture of learning. The evolution of skills and technology has hit a pace that is...

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