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Microsoft has teamed up with Infocomm Development Authority of Singapore (IDA) to launch Code for Change. Photo: Constance Yeo
Students taking part in the launch of Code for Change. Photo: Constance Yeo
Students taking part in the launch of Code for Change. Photo: Constance Yeo
Students taking part in the launch of Code for Change. Photo: Constance Yeo

1349486_Microsoft, IDA's new programme aims to teach coding to 1.2 million
Microsoft, IDA's new programme aims to teach coding to 1.2 million

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AHPETC accounts exacerbate concerns: Ministry

AHPETC accounts exacerbate concerns: Ministry

SINGAPORE — A day after the Aljunied-Hougang-Punggol East Town Council (AHPETC) submitted its overdue financial statements and report for FY2013, the Ministry of National...

36% jump in workers undergoing training at e2i

36% jump in workers undergoing training at e2i

SINGAPORE — The labour movement’s Employment and Employability Institute (e2i) saw more than 51,800 workers upgrading their skills through e2i training programmes last year — a...

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