Posted by Debbie | about 1 year ago

Once again, Plug & Play had the pleasure to attend Launch48 Weekend in October this year.   The event kicked off on Friday evening (October 18) at City University with a brief welcome presentation by organiser Simon McCann, followed by 60-second-pitches from attendees. 8 ideas were chosen as projects for the weekend (1 team broke up early on Saturday, so there were only 7 pitches in the end).

Posted by lawriet | about 1 year ago

We are pleased to announce that we have moved the Dictionaries Beta API out of Beta and into production. A big Thank You to all those who have provided us with feedback, and we hope that the updates we have made are useful to all users of the API.    

Whats New?

  The following sections highlight the main updates we have made to the Dictionaries API since it became available as a Beta API.    

Posted by Debbie | about 1 year ago

(as written by Toby :-))   It can be held back no longer: The API client library is raring to go and has escaped into the wilds of GitHub. You can find it here: http://github.com/PearsonAPI/Pearson-Api-Sdk.

Posted by UAlpegr | about 1 year ago

Over the past couple of months I had the opportunity to work with aspiring developers, Max Malin and Josh Sprague, through the Hack Reactor coding school.

 

Information about the Hack Reactor School:

Posted by UAlpegr | about 1 year ago

Last month, two of my colleagues represented Pearson and the Future Tech team at the Startup Weekend Education event in Chicago. The event brought together people with different areas of expertise who share a passion for education and believe that we can develop new solutions to old problems in this space for an intense weekend of learning, networking and building.

Posted by Anthony | about 1 year ago

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Join us for a full day of talks, panels, and networking dedicated to discussing the promotion and advancement of education. Featuring innovative thinkers in the education space, we'll hear how entrepreneurs, non-profits, and corporations are collaborating to find new ways to help students learn.

 

SPEAKERS