Bit Source Presents at Remake Learning

Presenters on stage talking about coal miners learning to code
Michael Harrison (Developer), Payton May (Creative Director & Marketing Liaison), and Rusty Justice (Co-Owner) of Bit Source present at South Fayette High School.

"On Monday night, representatives from both firms appeared on stage at South Fayette High School as part of the district’s Inspire Series, which aims to teach attendees about computer science and STEAM careers. The answer to the event’s title — “Can Miners Learn to Code?” — was an emphatic “yes” as former miners shared their stories. Throughout the evening, which included presentations from BitSource and Mined Minds as well as a panel discussion and audience Q&A, it became increasingly clear that to remake an economy, regions must also remake learning."

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Friday, May 5, 2017 - 21:30