On the 6ht of January Urbytus signed a colaboration agreement with Eurofees to help with debt collection and also debt purchase in communities across the Costa de Sol and Spain. This agreement is unique in the sense that it turns Urbytus into the only company that can
Join us for a beer and some crisps. We are a bunch of entrepreneurs, who want to meet up and share expertise, ideas and help each other when and if we can. If anyone has anything to say and share we will allow for a 10 to 15 presentation but the rest is really a very relaxed event.
I have just managed to read the article of Zach Sims, Cofounder of Codecademy in FT Weekend issue ½ November 2014.
I was kind of surprised to read that so many people believe that coding is so important. As a programmer, I don’t think coding is the important part, but rather teaching the younger generation how to use simple tools, such as word processing, spread sheets and others. I am more amazed at the mass of undergraduates who are leaving school and haven’t got a clue how to create a simple, but well formatted letter, no idea about how to file or organize things or even calculate their expenses. Do they need to be all coders to learn how to these basic tasks?