Students are demanding the facts about coding bootcamps

president obama coding It’s been a remarkable rise so far, but for coding bootcamps to become mainstream they must prove that the outcomes they advertise are real. In 2012 coding bootcamps began offering courses in software development and promising graduates new careers in technology. The schools, now backed by hundreds of millions in VC funding, will educate about 30,000 students in 2016, and rake in just shy… Read More

The app boom is not over

app-boom There’s a new wave of reporting focused on the post-app era. Recode announced “The app boom is over.” Quartz points out how most users never download any apps. Let me be very clear: The app boom is not over. There has never been a better time to be an apps developer. Read More

Startups shut down and pivot as funding slowdown persists

Start-upA slowdown in funding across the startup ecosystem has resulted in a number of early-stage firms either shutting operations or pivoting their business models from the consumer segment to the business segment. The startups belonging to sectors such as logistics, marketplace for grocery delivery and road transport have especially reeling under the funding crunch. Here’s a […] [...]