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Our guest on today’s podcast is Kathy Kleiman, an expert in internet, free expression and intellectual property law. For her day job she works on the public interest/NGO side of internet governance, but it’s her research and advocacy on behalf of Continue reading Kathy Kleiman on the Women who Invented Coding [Audio]
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During the 1980s, code-a-thons weren’t mainstream; computers themselves much less were only composed of a blinking mouse and white screen. Nowadays, you can pass a bustling café with chairs and tables filled with programmers—experienced and amateur—participating in 24-hour code-a-thons; apps Continue reading The Rise of Automation: Why Coding Is Becoming a Job for Everyone