Programming Electronics Academy Offers Online Coding Training for Electronic Projects

Programming Electronics Academy Offers Online Coding Training for Electronic Projects

Learning programming for electronic devices is now becoming possible for just about anyone who wants to learn.

The e-learning company Programming Electronics Academy is making a big bet on the future of remote tech training.

The wager? “People don’t like boring things.”

Over the past decade, massive numbers of coding and programming training websites have popped up, but few have taken the time and energy to actually make their content engaging, cohesive, and fun.

For the past seven years Programming Electronics Academy has been making a name for itself in the online learning space by providing high quality video training and accompanying written lessons about how to program Arduino, an extremely popular microcontroller development board used for controlling electronics such as sensors and creating IoT (Internet of Things) devices.

Michael Cheich, the owner of PEA, says that “talking heads” and powerpoint slides make up far too much of available e-learning

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Pinterest projects 60% sales growth in fourth quarter as ad sales rebound

By Munsif Vengattil

(Reuters) – Image-sharing company Pinterest Inc projected a 60% sales growth for the current quarter, off the back of a healthy rebound in ad spending by businesses after the early months of COVID-19 pandemic wreaked havoc in the industry.

The forecast, which the company termed an ‘informal’ one, compares to a 35% growth modeled by Wall Street analysts, according to Refinitiv data.

Shares of the company, which also beat third-quarter sales estimates, jumped 28% to $63.05 in extended trading.

Pinterest said it benefited as advertisers redirected spending to its platform following a social media ad boycott campaign that began in July.

A long list of companies have pulled advertising from Facebook Inc, in support of a campaign that called out the social media giant for not doing enough to stop hate speech on its platforms. Some companies have returned since.

“Advertisers tell us that Pinterest is brand

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Pinterest projects 60% sales growth in fourth-quarter as ad sales rebound

(Reuters) – Image-sharing company Pinterest Inc PINS.N projected a 60% sales growth for the current quarter, off the back of a healthy rebound in ad spending by businesses after the early months of COVID-19 pandemic wreaked havoc in the industry.

FILE PHOTO: Screens display the company logo for Pinterest Inc. during the company’s IPO on the front of the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) in New York, U.S., April 18, 2019. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid

The forecast, which the company termed an ‘informal’ one, compares to a 35% growth modeled by Wall Street analysts, according to Refinitiv data.

Shares of the company, which also beat third-quarter sales estimates, jumped 28% to $63.05 in extended trading.

Pinterest said it benefited as advertisers redirected spending to its platform following a social media ad boycott campaign that began in July.

A long list of companies have pulled advertising from Facebook Inc FB.O, in support

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ServiceNow Projects Robust Sales on Workflow Software Demand

(Bloomberg) — ServiceNow Inc. projected subscription sales in the current quarter that narrowly topped Wall Street estimates, signaling that companies are continuing to invest in upgrading their business workflow software while employees remain stuck at home.



a person using a laptop computer sitting on top of a keyboard: An attendee types on a keyboard during the MarketplaceLIVE Hackathon, sponsored by Digital Realty Trust Inc., in New York, U.S., on Thursday, Sept. 22, 2016. Digital Realty Trust's clients include domestic and international companies ranging from financial services, cloud and information technology services, to manufacturing, energy, gaming, life sciences and consumer products.


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An attendee types on a keyboard during the MarketplaceLIVE Hackathon, sponsored by Digital Realty Trust Inc., in New York, U.S., on Thursday, Sept. 22, 2016. Digital Realty Trust’s clients include domestic and international companies ranging from financial services, cloud and information technology services, to manufacturing, energy, gaming, life sciences and consumer products.

Subscription revenue will be $1.15 billion to $1.16 billion in the period ending in December, the Santa Clara, California-based company said Wednesday in a statement. Analysts, on average, estimated $1.13 billion. The company raised its fiscal-year subscription sales forecast to as much as $4.26 billion from about $4.23 billion.

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Chief Executive Officer Bill McDermott has pledged to turn

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