On February, 7th Do!Lab started with TECH!LAB, the course to learn basics of programming. We made some questions to one of the experts who teaches the lessons. Do!Lab is the professional school to build new plans for the future and increase technological skills.

It embraces other two courses, about social media marketing (SOCIAL!LAB) and web design (DESIGN!LAB).

 

On February, 7th Do!Lab started with TECH!LAB, the course to learn basics of programming. We made some questions to one of the experts who teaches the lessons. Do!Lab is the professional school to build new plans for the future and increase technological skills.

It embraces other two courses, about social media marketing (SOCIAL!LAB) and web design (DESIGN!LAB).

The project, born from the collaboration between LVenture Group and Codemotion, is closely connected to the importance of creating a vocational education. Today, having more capabilities is a strenght to be competitive in the job market. We strongly believe that the secret of successful startups is that they are composed by different profiles.

We are not alone thinking this way. Have you ever heard about the campaign “The Hour of Code” by Mr Obama before? Yes, we are on the same wavelenght!!

Raffaele Nicolussi taught his first lesson of TECH!LAB. Who is Raffaele?

He is a Researcher at Fondazione Ugo Bordoni and a Professor of Computer Science at La Sapienza, Faculty of Clinical Engineering.

Since he was a little boy, Raffaele held in his hands a mouse, starting to program with its first computer, the Commodore C6, and thanks to magazine Paper Soft. He loves travelling and his aim is going around the world at least one time. Moreover, he is keen on photography and he likes making fun of himself saying that he has problems of memory. Infact, his motto is: “If I can find something on the Internet, it doesn’matter remembering it

Raffaele, which are your expactations about this course?

"Teaching is something special because it has got never a one-way process but engages both the actors and I need to learn more and more. So, I want my class to teach me much more than what I teach them, so that I can improve myself. Maybe, I should pay them for that!