Why you should never learn mobile application development first?

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Mobile Application Development Course

Given the recent astronomical rise in interest in learning coding, as well as the ever so often application developer that makes a windfall (Think: Flappy Bird), we begin to hear of more and more people with the interest in writing their own mobile applications. At Early Coders Academy, we have often been asked the following questions regarding mobile application development: … Read More

The Flipped Classroom Approach to Learning Programming

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FLIPPED CLASSROOM? WHAT’S THIS? The Flipped Classroom approach is widely adopted by famed universities like Carnegie Mellon University (CMU), and has been particularly successful, especially in programming courses. Credits: Carnegie Mellon University From the image above, it is obvious that the flipped classroom approach is broken down into three different phases. First Exposure through readings etc In-Class practice & exercises … Read More

4 hottest tech buzz words in layman language

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Have you ever heard of these terms “Big Data Analytics, Cloud Computing, IoT, Machine Learning” being thrown about ever so freely? If you don’t understand what any of these terms mean, you’ve come to the right place! In this article, we’ll discuss the top 4 hottest fields in programming, and to top it, we’ll keep it simple and sweet. 1) … Read More

New Sunday Class June 2016

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The EarlyCoders team launched a new Sunday class to cater to the growing demand for early programming education. The course was designed to develop youths to be proficient in Javascript, HTML and CSS. Janelle, SMU information systems graduate was the head trainer of the class with another teaching assistant Jimmy Soh. For the new students who are looking to join … Read More

Ethan Leong – Early Coders Saturday Class

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Programming used to be domain knowledge for adults only, but in recent years, we are beginning to see more talented youths entering this space. At 14 years old, Ethan Leong has already started building websites and is starting to dabble in building web applications. After taking up basic programming lessons with Early Coders Academy in Early February 2016, Ethan has … Read More