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Apple co-founder launches Woz U to help people gain coding skills faster to start changing the world

by Futures Centre, Oct 17
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Apple co-founder launches Woz U to help everyone globally gain the skills they need for success in an advanced digital future.

 

Woz U – Education. Reprogrammed.

Inspired by Steve Wozniak, co-founder of Apple Computer, Woz U provides a personalized approach to coding and tech education designed to get you through the curriculum faster so that you can get into the workforce quicker, and start changing the world.

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