coding

Learning to code: Last year’s class of 262 non-engineer new grads were the first in Rakuten’s history to undergo a new type of training — programming.

Rakuten is teaching new grads to code

Every April, Rakuten welcomes hundreds of university graduates to Rakuten Crimson House in Tokyo to begin their careers. The transition from March to April is ...
Glicode - the future of coding education?

Learning to code with candy

Whoever said candy was bad for you? Well, setting conversations on sugar-intake aside, a wide range of businesses is now investing in the next boom in children’...
NEST 2017 will host a strong lineup of speakers and events.

Watching Science Fiction Become Science Fact

Discovering more about what the future might hold was what got together global leaders, entrepreneurs and innovators earlier this month at the New Economy Summi...
Author, illustrator and programmer Linda Liukas

Teaching Coding Through Storytelling

Learning to program can be a daunting task, and the complexity and jargon behind it can be a put off for many people. However, Finnish author, illustrator, prog...

Rakuten Future Forum London Voices: Coding

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E6vDnFf1NEU We caught up with our panelists after their discussion of "Is Coding the New Shakespeare?" See what Leanne Kemp o...

Is coding the new Shakespeare?

How important is coding for the future digital entrepreneur? Coding is the language of commerce and innovation. Learning how to code is as important as learning...

Spotlight on Rakuten Future Forum London

November 12, 2015 marked the launch of the Rakuten Future Forum event series. We are very excited to be spotlighting some of today's most important issues a...