As a 2012 high school graduate, I witnessed firsthand what many people in the education field refer to as the “generation of wimps.” It started when I was in elementary school, where nobody got “grades,” but rather numbers which denoted how they were doing in a class. Needless to say, I never knew if I was doing particularly well or poorly. This was an effort by my elementary school to make sure that the kids didn’t tease one another for not being as smart as the rest.
If you wondered why do some child do better then others when going to school, how the achievement gap is present before the start of kindergarten, the infographics below can give you some interesting clues.
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As time marches on, the skills of the software developer must evolve. Each day software evolves and gets more robust and the old software and it ways of doing business solutions just aren’t able to keep up with emerging integration needs, trends, and technologies.
With our growing needs and demands as consumers comes a pressure for systems and developers to produce new products in ways that were never imagined before. For the web developer, the need to stay informed and in front on the industries’ latest trends is imperative. Read more