Partnering with EU policymakers to ensure the Cyber Resilience Act works for developers
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Today is Veteran’s Day here in the United States, or Remembrance Day in many places around the world, when we recognize those who have served in the military. Today many…
Today is Veteran’s Day here in the United States, or Remembrance Day in many places around the world, when we recognize those who have served in the military. Today many businesses will offer veterans a cup of coffee or a meal, but one organization goes further.
You might have watched ex-Army Captain David Molina speak at CodeConf LA, or GitHub Universe about Operation Code, a nonprofit he founded in 2014 after he couldn’t use the benefits of the G.I. Bill to pay for code school. Operation Code lowers the barrier of entry into software development and helps military personnel in the United States better their economic outcomes as they transition to civilian life. They leverage open source communities to provide accessible online mentorship, education, and networking opportunities.
The organization is also deeply invested in facilitating policy changes that will allow veterans to use their G.I. Bill benefits at coding schools and boot camps, speeding up their re-entry to the workforce. Next week Captain Molina will testify in Congress as to the need for these updates. The video below explains more about their work.
Operation Code – On a mission to expand the GI Bill
Although Operation Code currently focuses on the United States, they hope to develop a model that can be replicated throughout the world.
Operation Code is working to address a problem that transcends politics. Here’s a look into the reality U.S. veterans face: