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Computer Science in School vs. The Real World with Kaya Thomas

Computer Science in School vs. The Real World with Kaya Thomas

Show #490 Aug 28 2015 plus show notes

Kaya Thomas is an undergraduate in Computer Science at Dartmouth and is interning this summer at Intuit on the Mint iOS team. She's also a Code2040 fellow and has both a YouTube channel with tech tutorials and a book resource app called We Read Too in the iOS App Store. She and Scott talk about the difference between coding in school vs. the real world.

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