Friday, 11 November 2016

Exceptional company: Google getting young Singaporeans excited about coding

Google announces that it will roll out a new programme, Code in the Community, in Singapore next January. The multi-year computer science and computational thinking course will provide training for about 3,000 young Singaporeans from less well-to-do backgrounds over the next three years.

Mr Sengupta said the new programme is part of Google's aim to help inspire young Singaporeans and get them excited about technology and engineering.

Google will be partnering self-help groups such as the Chinese Development Assistance Council, Singapore Indian Development Association, Mendaki and the Eurasian Association to hold weekend classes for kids aged eight to 15, with an equal mix of boys and girls.

Signs you are holding on to anger and how to let it go

Signs you are holding on to anger:
1. Depression
2. Being triggered by little things
3. Feeling stuck
4. Cutting yourself off
5. You keep telling the same stories

What you can do to let go of anger:
1. Stop guilt-tripping yourself
2. Empower yourself
3. Express your anger