Florida recently became the first state to allow computer coding to fulfill a high school foreign language requirement. Why did they do it and will others follow the trend? Read to find out!
Articles tagged with web programming
If you’re seriously considering becoming a video game developer, you’re in the right place! Learn some helpful first steps that you can take to level up to your future career.
We gathered a combination of expert insight, government information and real-time job analysis data to provide you with the answers to all of your burning questions. Inside you'll find seven common questions about becoming a web developer.
Currently, the biggest division line for web development is front-end verses back-end development. To give you a better idea of where your skills would be best utilized, we laid out the differences between the two and asked web developers to weigh-in on what it takes to succeed in each area.
With so many programming languages out there, how do you know where to start when you’re just beginning to dabble in coding? We polled the pros to get the scoop on three basic programming languages that are best for beginners.
Hackathons are not only are they fun, but there are also many practical perks to participating in these programming projects. Get expert insight on how hackathons work and how they can help you gain industry experience.
The titles may seem interchangeable, but as you’ll soon discover, there are definite distinctions between the two. Let us clarify your programmer versus developer confusion – read ahead to see what these exciting careers are all about!
We enlisted a handful of programming pros who insist their formal education has played an integral role in their careers. Our experts identified six things they never would have acquired without earning their degrees.
There are a lot of programming languages out there. How do you know which ones are worth adding to your arsenal? We analyzed more than 18 million technology job postings to identify the top programming languages based on earning potential and job opportunities.
The truth is that not everyone can hack it as a computer programmer. It takes a unique set of characteristics to succeed in this field. We enlisted some programming pros to identify what it takes to hack it in this career.
Do you know the difference between web design and web development? If not, this post is for you! This infographic will show you a side-by-side comparison of these commonly confused careers.
Bismarck's KFYR-TV interviews the Rasmussen College multimedia instructor Ed Sargeant about the School of Technology and Design- web design specialization.