Reader View · 3 min read · From 2020 · What goes on in the minds of programmers when they write software? This was the question posed by Prof. Dr. Janet Siegmund, Chair of Software Engineering at Chemnitz University of Technology, Prof.… · Shared by 243, including Liv 😷, Ward Plunet, Chris Heilmann, Bryan Onel, Ethan Zeigler, Miguel Angel Escotet, Christopher Lauer, getify, Marius Bleuer
Reader View · 1 min read · From 2017 · Teachable Machine, an experiment that makes it easier for anyone to explore machine learning. Teach a machine using your camera – live in the browser, no coding required. · Shared by 503, including Baadier Sydow 🇿🇦, Mara Averick, Charlie Oliver, Merkstatt, ɐpuɐʎᴉW ᴉʇɐʍɥǝN, Daniel Jörg, Matthias Lampe, Nando 💪🇦🇺🇦🇷, Dominik Grolimund, Florian Hanke 🍎, Brandon Uttley, Andrew Cunning, Stuart Chalmers, Thomas Power, Nils Hitze, Rezha Julio, Steven L. Johnson, Thomas Pleil, Dario Pagnoni, David Luescher
Reader View · 5 min read · From 2020 · Most coding games are aimed at children. But there are also some great coding games aimed at adults who want to learn to code. Don't get me wrong – there's nothing wrong with using the games on… · Shared by 128, including Matthias Lampe, José Rodrigues, abhishek yadav, Matthew Turland, nuuk
Reader View · 4 min read · From 2018 · The jobs of the future will involve humans collaborating with other humans to design work for machines, and value will shift from cognitive to social skills. · Shared by 263, including Gabriele, Oliver Ewinger, Mohamed Azazy, 𝐦𝐫𝐯𝐧 , TDMx, Julian de Keijzer, Victor Lee, fernand0, Bertrand Maltaverne, Javi Cantón, Rachel Miller | #InfluencerMarketing, Niklaus Gerber, Debbie Meier ✍️⚖️, Ste Davies, Oriol Farré, Vincenzo Tremonte, Carl Morris, Wesley Fryer, Ph.D. 🌎🎙🚀 (he/him), Ines Bieler, Matthieu de Luze
Reader View · 3 min read · From 2019 · Whether you work on a distributed team or just have the occasional problem-solving session with a friend, you'll find a remote pair programming tool here. · Shared by 60
Reader View · 9 min read · 2021-06-29 · Research has shown that while the need for manual skills will decline, the demand for technological, social and higher cognitive skills will increase. · Shared by 1060, including ⭐️Danielle Guzman ⭐️, Benjamin B., Ahiesh PVS, Matteo Carbone, Thomas Pleil, Stefan Diepolder, Damien de France 🌍 🕊️🇺🇦, Matthias Wiencke, Nicolas Babin, Jessel Sookha, Johannes Dornisch, Vala Afshar, Matthias Kahr, Chris Gledhill | gledhill.eth, Gabriele, Helen Yu, Jonathan Kogan, Josep M. Ganyet, Damir Kusar, Kyle Bunch
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We started from four broad skill categories—cognitive, digital, interpersonal, and self-leadership—then identified 13 separate skill groups belonging to those categories.