Looking deeper into Microsoft’s ambitious #InsiderUp program’s goal to make everyone, everywhere a programmer.
What you need to know
- Microsoft’s #InsiderUp program is positioned to make everyone a programmer for an increasingly tech-centric world.
- Due to embedded tech all around us Microsoft’s “Tech Intensity” perspective views all companies as tech companies.
- Microsoft wants to make all companies part of its ambitious global cloud computing platform.
- Microsoft’s #InsiderUp is about creating a global human resource to support Microsofts global cloud computing goals.
Microsoft’s recently revealed #InsiderUp program utilizes the company’s vast human resource of enthusiastic Insiders combined with a diversity of programs to connect with and train regular people from various walks of life, all over the world, in the art of coding. Microsoft wants to tear down perceived and actual barriers and make everyone (who wants to be) a programmer.
Still, Microsoft is a business, with a goal to make its Azure Cloud platform the computing platform for every person and business around the world. Teaching everyone on the planet to code is to ensure individuals that are part of companies that Microsoft is incorporating (or trying to assimilate) into its global cloud platform, will have the necessary skills to fit into Microsoft’s big cloud picture…