“Codesera” Offers Repository for Some of Higher Educations’s Most Common Programs

July 23, 2012 § 1 Comment

Last fall, two Stanford computer-science professors helped create an online code repository that opened some of the university‚Äôs locally developed software, interfaces and configurations to the entire world. Hundreds of thousands of developers enrolled free of charge. Their start-up, Codesera, which grew out of that effort, now seeks to give millions a taste of top-quality higher-education-oriented software by expanding its platform to other elite universities. « Read the rest of this entry »


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