Hiring Programmers is a Risky Venture

Architect/Programmers like Nate Allen in Mapleton, Utah are rare. They create a well-thought-out design that scales and then program the foundation very well for the first release. Once code works you want programmers to fix bugs, enhance it safely and port it to new operating systems, languages and platforms when needed. Hiring programmers is a […]

Should Computer Science Colleges Teach C/C++ or Python and Typescript?

Dr. Kevin Seppi and I are both advocates of the computer programming languages python and Typescript and were very displeased years ago when the BYU Computer Science Department, where he works and from which I graduated, switched from teaching their introductory classes using Java to C and C++. We both knew that was a step […]