Physical computing means using creating or using devices, like robots, and getting them to interact in with the world around them.
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To create a conference that works for attendees and vendors, use these suggestions from an experienced entrepreneur and conference-goer.
Stephen Gal, a tech entrepreneur and Cornell professor, outlines how to establish value in a product, the best ways to fail, and how education companies can avoid mistakes.
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All students should be exposed to computer science, but state and local policies, economics, and geography cause some students to be left out of this experience.
It takes planning for founders and board members to craft a startup exit plan that addresses concerns, establishes priorities, and achieves the objectives and aspirations for all involved.
Learning to work as a team for success with rowing can impart a lot of lessons for the startup world.
App developers who can’t find educators to provide feedback on their emerging products will soon be able to find help for that through ISTE.