Hoe leer je iemand om te programmeren?

Written by Guido Jansen in
February 2020

Felienne is universitair hoofddocent bij het Leiden Institute of Advanced Computer Science (LIACS) van de Universiteit van Leiden, waar ze de PERL-groep leidt die onderzoek doet naar programmeren voor iedereen. In deze bonusaflevering - live opgenomen op het Marketing Insights Event (#MIE20) - hebben we het over hoe je kinderen en studenten leert programmeren, Data Science, Python en uiteraard haar onderzoek. (oorspronkelijk gepubliceerd op https://www.cro.cafe/)

Shownotes : www.cro.cafe/podcast/hoe-leer-je-iemand-om-te-programmeren Partners: Convert: convert.com/features Online Dialogue: onlinedialogue.nl
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