Just about every sector of consumer products and industry will be influenced by the IoT revolution creating many jobs in diverse industries. Learn more about the new UCSC Silicon Valley IoT specialization.
University of California instructors will bring Udacity’s widely popular online curriculum to classrooms this fall in a new partnership to prepare data science professionals for the workforce.
Oswald Campesato, UCSC Silicon Valley Extension instructor and author of more than 30 technical books, has developed much of our AI curriculum.
Getting world-changing data from Internet of Things (IoT) sensors is a lot cheaper than it used to be thanks to new tools that retrieve data faster and more reliably.
The $190 billion IoT market is expanding every day building a demand for people with a variety of tech skills. Learn about the market from four industry experts teaching in the new UCSC Extension IoT specialization.
The people who know C, the second most popular programming language, are finding their jobs mostly in embedded system and semiconductor industries.
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“Blockchain is creating real value.”
“Business needs to see inside the black box.”
“The cumulative effect of this innovation will continue to change society.”
“If it’s viable, it will grow.”
“The key is really cross-platform development.”
“It’s been a tight market—even in this (EDA) niche.”
“Every company is…transitioning their workforce into the age of AI.”
“Not everybody will be working directly in AI.”
“AI Frontiers is a great opportunity for our students.”
Python “is going to help them in their career. It’s the future.”
“Hadoop is a critical foundational skill.”
“I work with a company where every day they help connect people.”
“We tend to think of apps as small, little things, but actually they’re very powerful and very fast.”
“We are living in a ‘Brave New World’ when it comes to technology.”
Programmers need to code with an audience.
“Being classified as security was actually keeping us away from getting the job done.”
We need to ground our policy decisions in cross-disciplinary research—especially in an era of such ideological polarization.
“This is the place everyone should go to learn cutting edge technology.”
“The visibility and importance of UC Santa Cruz in Silicon Valley has never been greater—and we’re just getting started.”
“Discoveries in technology and science are giving us a greater chance of having a positive impact on disease and creating … More
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