For very young kids (up to 12 years old), we recommend starting with Scratch, a coding environment developed at MIT that teaches kids all the fundamentals of programming without any of the syntax— in fact, a student can code up his or her own interactive game without ever using the keyboard.
Older children and adults who want to learn programming can jump right into a widely used language like Python or Java. If the student has a particular goal in mind, such as game development or language processing, we’ll focus our instruction around examples that involve the topic of interest.
Finally, we also offer consulting services for computer science projects. Past clients have included a financial firm that wanted to use sentiment analysis to seek predictive patterns in the transcripts of CEO speeches and an academic group that wanted to use machine learning to predict conflict in recorded debates. We helped both teams achieve their goals.
Some of our most highly requested skill sets are:
- Machine Learning
- Natural Language Processing
Have an odd request for technical help? Seeking tutelage in an obscure language? Try us. Chances are, we’ll have someone on hand.