In May 2015 CIRA launched the .CA Internet Performance Test (IPT), an online tool to measure how Canadians experience Internet speed and quality.
Hockey, bilingualism, maple syrup, snow – all generally accepted as part of the Canadian experience. I’d like to add one more – jitter.
It seems that everyone is talking about the Internet of Things (IoT) lately. At the 2016 Consumer Electronics Show (CES), the IoT was the hot topic, with dozens of organizations championing the promise of a truly inter-connected world.
The skills Canadian kids will need to succeed in the 21st century economy are very different from those their parents learned in school. The increasingly global and increasingly digital economy demands a workforce that is able to adeptly navigate the online world, be comfortable with the rapid pace of change in the technology sphere, and have more than a basic understanding of code. That’s why I believe organizations like those that help kids learn to code are so important.