Episode 88 – There are only two of us!

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It’s just Tony and I this week, but the crew will be back next week so don’t worry. Despite the small numbers Tony and I pulled off yet another great podcast. Check out the agenda below and as always, subscribe to us on iTunes or find us on Podomatic.

  1. Can a New School Churn out Devs Faster? by Michael Vizard of DICE
    1. Link: http://insights.dice.com/2015/10/12/can-a-new-school-churn-out-devs-faster/
    2. Holberton School in San Francisco
    3. Specialized two year school vs traditional 4 year programs
    4. Will company’s care?
    5. Could this model be applied to other fields?
  2. Tony’s post: Your school’s Wikipedia…Did you write it? Are you sure?
    1. Link: https://itbabble.com/2015/10/16/your-schools-wikipedia-did-you-write-it-are-you-sure/
    2. Preston’s validation?
    3. How to protect yourself?
  3. An Ex-Microsoft Engineer’s Advice to Programmers: Learn How to Write by Patrick Allan
    1. Link: http://lifehacker.com/an-ex-microsoft-engineers-advice-to-programmers-learn-1736116031
    2. Do we overlook this in school?
    3. Are we too focused on individual subjects?
  4. Hands on with Paper, Dropbox’s answer to Google Docs by Casey Newton of The Verge.
    1. Link: http://www.theverge.com/2015/10/15/9545587/dropbox-paper-hands-on
    2. Will Dropbox push into education?
    3. Could this be another viable option for schools?

Listen to us here or download it HERE!

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About Patrick Cauley

I teach middle school technology and love to play around with tech and teach students and colleagues alike. You can read my blog at www.itbabble.com
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