In the tech industry, many technical things are known about the developers who work in it: their preferred programming languages, their preferred frameworks, the most popular cloud platforms. But what is known about the less tangible aspects? Atlassian has taken a closer look at these factors with its State of Developer report.
programmieren.de is a project by //SEIBERT/MEDIA to introduce children and teens to the basics of programming. The initiative also supports digital projects in schools such as the We, RoBITs project, who will be sending their Team SOLO to the World Robot Olympiad to compete in the long-standing robot football category.
I gave you a brief overview of the basic features of the Google App Maker in my previous post, and now I want to look at the scripting possibilities. The App Maker supports the creation of both client and server scripts.
App Maker is a browser-based development tool to create and deliver custom applications for Google G Suite both easily and reliably. Google calls the App Maker a “low-code tool”. In fact, you don’t necessarily need a developer; most of the work is done via intuitive interfaces with the tool providing useful guidance.
“Being able to program is like mastering a superpower – you can change the world with it!”
Our CEO Martin Seibert said about the same thing. And the fact is, the economy will need more and more developers in the medium and long term than ever before. We think that young people should get interested in, and inspired by this profession at an early stage.
For this reason, //SEIBERT/MEDIA created programmieren.de: We hold events every two weeks to give students experience with modular programming.