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Diversity-of-thought-is-key-to-successful-dev-teams

Diversity of thought is key to successful dev teams


Wednesday, November 29, 2017 by

Could a philosophy graduate be your next CTO? If the latest trend in developer talent is anything to go by, the traditional route to developer success could soon be blown wide open.The typical view of “engineers” creating tomorrow’s technology today is of hoodie-wearing Ivy League computer science graduate geniuses, toiling away on code. That stereotype is not without j...


NVIDIA-teaching-developers-about-the-power-of-AI

NVIDIA teaching developers about the power of AI


Friday, November 3, 2017 by

NVIDIA has announced a broad expansion of its Deep Learning Institute (DLI), which is training tens of thousands of students, developers and data scientists with critical skills needed to apply artificial intelligence. “The world faces an acute shortage of data scientists and developers who are proficient in deep learning, and we’re focused on addressing that need,” sai...


Udacity-Blitz-aims-to-connect-companies-with-top-engineers

Udacity Blitz aims to connect companies with top engineers


Thursday, November 17, 2016 by

Udacity Blitz is announcing a new service directly connecting companies with top engineers who develop and fully manage custom software projects. Udacity Blitz teams build mobile apps, websites, and data services for innovative companies that need to move fast and get quality results. Companies have the option to hire Udacity Blitz engineers (called Blitzers) for their ...


Oculus-Connect-3-announcements-recap

Oculus Connect 3 announcements recap


Monday, October 10, 2016 by

A quick recap of the news Oculus announced during this morning’s keynote at Oculus Connect 3. - Touch Launch: You can pre-order Touch starting October 10 for $199 and it ships December 6. All pre-orders come bundled with VR Sports Challenge and The Unspoken. Touch comes with an additional sensor and a connector for Rock Band VR. Oculus has also created a room-scale opti...


Driverless-cars-will-make-auto-insurance-more-complex

Driverless cars will make auto insurance more complex


Wednesday, October 5, 2016 by

Ford Motor Company announced plans to produce fully autonomous cars by 2021. These vehicles will be manufactured in high-volume production and will be tailored for ride-hailing and ride-sharing operations, which means they will not have steering wheels, brake pedals, or other controls for human occupants. “This is a new world for insurers,” said Michael Macauley, CEO of...


VR-Developer-Nanodegree-Program-From-Udacity-Launches

VR Developer Nanodegree Program From Udacity Launches


Friday, September 30, 2016 by

Udacity just announced a new VR Developer Nanodegree program where content creators in this space enjoy an unmatched amount of freedom to build out new ideas and applications. As a student in their new program, you will learn to design and engineer compelling immersive experiences, and discover how hardware and software combine to make these experiences possible. T...


Udacity-Launches-a-Self-Driving-Car-Engineer-Nanodegree-Program

Udacity Launches a Self-Driving Car Engineer Nanodegree Program


Tuesday, September 13, 2016 by

Autonomous vehicles were once more science fiction than reality until recently. Today many innovative companies around the world are getting into the design, development and production of the hardware, software and services that will make commercial and consumer use of self-driving cars a reality in the coming months and years. As with many cutting-edge emerging te...


Earn-Your-Android-Basics-Nanodegree-From-Google-and-Udacity

Earn Your Android Basics Nanodegree From Google and Udacity


Thursday, June 23, 2016 by

Google and Udacity are launching a new Android Basics Nanodegree offering a series of courses and services that introduce Android app creation to those unfamiliar with Android app development. The program costs $199US per month.Participants can learn at their own pace how to use Android Studio to design app user interfaces and implement user interactions using the Java ...


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Google Creates Tech Entrepreneur Nanodegree to Help Indies Learn to Scale


Monday, November 9, 2015 by

Google has partnered with Udacity to create a new Tech Entrepreneur Nanodegree which is designed to help indie app publishers learn what it takes to design, validate, prototype, monetize, and market app ideas from the ground up and grow them into a scalable business.The program takes 4-7 months to complete and offers access to industry app veterans to provide students w...


Lots-of-App-Development-Goodies-Announced-at-Google-I/O-2015-Including-Android-M-Developer-Preview

Lots of App Development Goodies Announced at Google I/O 2015 Including Android M Developer Preview


Friday, May 29, 2015 by

A number of new initiatives were announced at the keynote of the 8th annual Google I/O conference as more than 5,600 developers looked on at Moscone Center. The event also was viewed by over 530 I/O Extended communities around the world and millions via the I/O Live stream. During the keynote, Google made a number of announcements that covered the evolution of the ...


Android-Developer-Team-Offers-Developing-Android-Apps:-Android-Fundamentals-Course

Android Developer Team Offers Developing Android Apps: Android Fundamentals Course


Tuesday, July 29, 2014 by

Developing Android Apps: Android Fundamentals is an online training course featuring Google Developer Advocates Reto Meier, Dan Galpin, and Katherine Kuan, working with the team at Udacity. The Android dev team says that the class is “advanced and technical enough for experienced developers who are new to Android , maybe even new to mobile , but not new to programming.”...


Learn-HTML5-from-Google-via-Udacity

Learn HTML5 from Google via Udacity


Thursday, February 14, 2013 by

A new online course about learning to code in HTML5 using javascript is being offered  by Google through the education portal Udacity.It focuses on building a game in JavaScript, and is taught by Google Chrome developer relations duo Colt McAnlis and Peter Lubbers as well as Udacity architect Sean Bennett.The course is designed to walk developers through the m...