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Slides, discos and beanbags: the most fun offices in London Because your office shouldn’t be all about hard work… 1) Have a meeting on beanbags at Mind Candy Are you a kid at heart? The best Apps to teach kids Coding [@CoderFactory Blog] Learning computer programming can help kids develop problem-solving and critical-thinking skills. It also encourages them to be not only the consumers of technology, but also the creators. "In fifteen years, we will be teaching programming just like reading and writing... and wondering why we didn't do it sooner" - Mark Zuckerberg, Founder and CEO at Facebook

This Guy Did The Coolest, But Possibly Most Illegal, DIY Project Ever. The End Result? Genius It might be cold and dreary out right now, but soon spring will arrive and bring greenery and warm weather. If you have a green thumb and artistic talent, you’ll want to get a pen and paper, because this craft is for you. “Moss Graffiti” is basically exactly what it sounds like, and you can learn how to do it with these easywikiHow steps. First, you will need these ingredients: 1. A small handful of moss

Startup success in Europe versus Silicon Valley: myths and f Reading the same old myths over and over can make you think that there could be some truth behind it, after all. Like: if you’re a startup, you’d better move to Silicon Valley or at least the US – there’s a better chance that you’ll IPO, and more chance of finding an acquirer with deep pockets. This “Atlantic divide” is a very persistent myth about European entrepreneurship.

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Code Monster from Crunchzilla <h2>Code Monster gets kids excited about programming. It is a combination of a game and tutorial where kids experiment with learning to code. <p> Code Monster use Javascript. Please enable Javascript if you want the play with the Code Monster. Otherwise, Code Monster will not be able to play with you. </p><p></h2> How to make working remotely work Many believe the future of work is truly digital. To us, the future of work is already here. The way we work has radically changed over the past ten years. The ability to work remotely has been democratised by the internet and today majority of companies, big and small, have remote teams or team members.

Silicon Valley, London, NYC: Startup Genome Data Reveals How The World’s Top Tech Hubs Stack Up Last year, we covered an ambitious collaborative R&D project called “Startup Genome,” created by three young entrepreneurs, Bjoern Herrmann, Max Marmer, and Ertan Dogrultan. The goal of the ongoing project was (and is) to take a comprehensive, data-driven dive into what makes tech startups successful — and not so successful. Out of its research came, among other things, Startup Compass: A free benchmarking tool that leverages its data to allow entrepreneurs to evaluate their progress compared to other startups in their space. The product’s overarching goal is to allow founders to make more informed product and business decisions by “utilizing a data-driven feedback loop,” according to its mission statement. While part of the team has since split off to focus on Blackbox, an educational program and startup accelerator, Herrmann and Marmer have continued toiling away at Startup Genome, collecting data from the some-16K startups that signed up for Startup Compass — and beyond.

Millions Of Pieces: The Sculptures of Tara Donovan Untitled, 2014 (detail) Tara Donovan has an obsession with materials and a super-human level of patience. The Brooklyn-based artist transforms “ordinary” objects by the thousands into impossible and awe-inspiring formations. Untitled, 2014 Everything about Coworking: eBooks, Articles, Infographics The Ultimate Coworking Collection 2015 Our team spent over 40 hours collecting the best pieces on Coworking. We picked out the most essential free ebooks, articles and infographics and compiled them into one collection to provide you the best overview. Now you have everything at a glance! Whether you are an expert on this topic or a total greenhorn, whether you want to start your own coworking business or find the best place to co-work, these resource will tell you everything you need to know. Find out about the rise of coworking and the social and economic trends making it possible.

Creating cool games is fast, easy and free with new coding kits from Microsoft Imagine Looking forward to the holiday break? All that free time off from school presents the perfect opportunity to do something super fun – teach yourself to code! Check out the latest additions to our free and short (about 30 min) coding kits from Microsoft Imagine. Learning to code through a game is really effective because it can help remove the intimidation often associated with programming. First Results Of The New Global Coworking Survey During the annual Coworking Europe Conference in Milan, the first round of results taken from the most recent Global Coworking Survey were presented to eager attendees. The number of coworking spaces continues to increase and in the last twelve months they have grown by 36%, which puts the number of coworking spaces worldwide at around 7,800. The coworking movement is undeniably here to stay.

Milestones to Startup Success Update added to end of post When your startup accepts outside money (such as venture capital), you are obligated to focus on maximizing long-term shareholder value. For most startups this is directly based on your ability to grow (customers, revenue and eventually profit). Most entrepreneurs understand the importance of growth; the common mistake is trying to force growth prematurely. This is frustrating, expensive and unsustainable – killing many startups with otherwise strong potential. Most successful entrepreneurs have a good balance of execution intuition and luck.

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