Since summer is finally here, we at InfoSpace wanted to share a list of the 5 best blogs from this spring!
Did your favorite blog make the list? If not, let us know in the comments which blog was your favorite from the past few months.
iSchool Professor Mike Fudge breaks down why it’s important for everyone – especially students looking for a career in the information technology field – to understand how programming works.
iSchool Data Science student Rainier Varilla shares his journey: after working for IBM for almost two decades, Rainier decided to switch things up and attend the iSchool online and focus on data science. Why? You’ll have to read his blog to find out!
What do librarians or librarianship have to do with social justice? iSchool Library and Information Science students Kara, Jill, and Nicole discuss the critical role of librarianship in social justice initiatives.
To create a challenge for himself, iSchool student Jaqueem “Jt” Spratley decided to incorporate more open source software into his work for iSchool classes. In this blog, he shares how he did it and which open source tools he used.
Jaqueem “Jt” Spratley does it again. His top 5 apps include tools to help you communicate, manage projects, and even make working at a computer for long hours a little easier on the eyes.
Have a favorite blog that didn’t make it to the top 5 blogs from this spring? Comment below what InfoSpace blogs were your favorites for other readers to check out!