Google Cloud is widely recognized as a global leader in delivering a secure, open, intelligent, and transformative enterprise cloud platform. Our technology is built on Google’s private network and is the product of nearly 20 years of innovation in security, network architecture, collaboration, artificial intelligence, and open source software. We offer a simply engineered set of tools and unparalleled technology across Google Cloud Platform and G Suite that help bring people, insights, and ideas together. Customers across more than 150 countries trust Google Cloud to modernize their computing environment for today’s digital world.
Metis accelerates data science learning for individuals, companies, and institutions through corporate training and accredited, immersive bootcamps.
American Greetings is a leading creator and manufacturer of innovative social expression products that assist consumers in enhancing their relationships to create happiness, laughter, and love. We offer one of the largest collections of greetings on the web, including print-on-demand cards available at www.cardstore.com and ecards at www.americangreetings.com.
Wingware makes a family of cross-platform Python IDEs with powerful integrated editing, debugging, unit testing, and project management features. Wing runs on Windows, Linux, and OS X, and can be used to develop any kind of Python code for web, desktop, embedded scripting, and other applications.
Dabeaz offers computer science and programming courses that will expand your skills and thinking. Taught by David Beazley in Chicago.
The Open Source Club is on the forefront of technology and code, pushing the boundaries of tech that respect the users’ individual freedoms.
TEALS (Technology Education and Literacy in Schools) is a program funded by Microsoft Philanthropies that helps high schools implement computer science courses by pairing industry professionals with classroom teachers. The goal of the program is to provide teaching and content support to classroom teachers until they feel comfortable leading computer science classes on their own. TEALS classes are always first period and volunteers are asked to come in two mornings per week.