Coding for Kids: The Best Classes and Websites (MakeUseOf)

MakeUseOf: Coding for Kids: The Best Classes and Websites. “If you home school your children, coding becomes even more vital. But even if you’re adept at coding yourself, it might be simpler to rely on online sources. We’ve compiled a list of the best websites and online classes to teach coding for kids.”

From Neal Agarwal: The Deep Sea

Big thanks to Shirl K. for this one — The Deep Sea. There’s not really a description I can quote from. It’s an illustration of the sea. You keep scrolling down and down while the page shows you some creatures who live at that depth. You keep going lower, and lower, and even when you think you’re at the end you’re not. I think it’s the physical act of scrolling that “makes it click,” when it comes to understanding just how deep the ocean is. Highly recommended.

Balkan Insight: BIRN Launches New Investigative Resource Desk Platform

Balkan Insight: BIRN Launches New Investigative Resource Desk Platform. “The platform provides investigative journalists with various types of assistance and a set of tools and resources related, but not limited, to freedom of information, data access and protection, cyber-security and open-source datasets. The assistance of our experts is free and provided on a needs basis. BIRD also contains various databases and a set of tools that can be used in daily reporting. Currently, the platform offers 20 different publications on topics such as freedom of information, data protection, journalism sustainability, verifying information and many more. And we intend to add more in future.”

ZDNet: Google reveals new Python programming language course: Scholarships for 2,500

ZDNet: Google reveals new Python programming language course: Scholarships for 2,500. “There are six courses in the Google IT Automation with Python Professional Certificate, including an introductory ‘crash course on Python’, learning how to use Python to manipulate files and processes on a computer’s operating system, a course in using Git and GitHub, troubleshooting techniques, learning how to automate and manage fleets of computers in the cloud, and automating real-world tasks with Python.” The article notes that the course is not free.

Inc. 20 Online Courses That Will Make You More Successful in 2020

Inc.: 20 Online Courses That Will Make You More Successful in 2020. “I’ve combed through the 2019 list for classes that will benefit most professionals (though if you’re looking for more niche subjects, especially in tech, check out the complete rundown for lots of interesting offerings). I’ve chosen classes in everything from exercise to data analysis that will help you be more motivated, productive, and successful this year. Happy learning.” Interesting list; content all over the map.

Analytics India: 10 Free Resources To Learn GAN In 2020

Analytics India: 10 Free Resources To Learn GAN In 2020. “Generative Adversarial Networks or GAN, one of the interesting advents of the decade, has been used to create arts, fake images, and swapping faces in videos, among others. GANs are the subclass of deep generative models which aim to learn a target distribution in an unsupervised manner. The resources we listed below will help a beginner to kick-start learning and understanding how this model works. In this article, we list down 10 free resources to learn GAN in 2020.” These are informational, not tools.