Posts Tagged ‘Coding’

Frisco High Student Begins Elementary Coding Program

Posted by Heather Noel

Frisco High School junior Brianna Royer is more of the exception rather than the norm in her aerospace engineering class.

In a class of 14, she is one of four girls enrolled, reports the Frisco Enterprise

She hopes that …

Flexible Mindset, Physical Space Prepare Students for Future

Posted by Heather Noel

Northwest ISD administrators, Dr. Robert Thornell, assistant superintendent of curriculum and instruction, and Cara Carter, director of instructional technology, discuss the ways technology has transformed education and how schools should continue to adapt. These responses have been edited for

There’s a New Developer Boot Camp in Town You Can’t Miss

Posted by Lauren Hasson


Without a good challenge, the growth that propels us forward in our careers is difficult to attain; and there is no better challenge than to dedicate one’s self to continued learning.

One could argue …

Dialexa, Vinli Program Helps Girls in Afghanistan

Posted by Lance Murray

Afghanistan is a war-torn nation where women often are thought of as second-class citizens and getting an education is a struggle.

But that’s not stopping the women of Dallas-based companies Dialexa and Vinli from sharing their expertise in a program …

Fort Worth Library Opens Free Makerspace

Posted by Heather Noel

Fort Worth now has its first free makerspace.

Housed inside the Fort Worth Library’s Northwest Branch, Panther Lab Makerspace will focus on coding, robotics, 3D printing, video creation, and more. There will be open studio times as well as organized …

Dallas Startup Week: Secret to Success is in the Coding

Posted by Nicholas Sakelaris

When the rubber hits the road and it’s time to do coding, startups face a plethora of options that could determine success or failure.

Kirk Ballou, CEO of Touch Titans, and Don Archer, chief technology officer at ACA Express, explained …