Championing the cause of coding


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  • Friday, 26 Jun 2015

1 A scene at the coding bootcamp, where students go through real-world related problems, such as coming up with a routine for everyday tasks.2 Code Division graduate Chen (standing) explaining the revenue and other data points from her team’s three-week beta run on the foodie retail platform she and her team constructed as a result of the nine-week coding bootcamp they attended.

CHEN WEI JIA, 27, was quite the “newbie” when it came to tech matters beyond using her workstation’s programs and her mobile phone.

Names such as Ruby or Python meant a gemstone or a large snake respectively.

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