Learning Multiple Platforms @ Coursera
08 May 2017
| By Deepkanwal Plaha
I joined Coursera just over a year and a half ago as a new graduate software engineer. During this time, I’ve had the opportunity to work on three different platforms. I was hired as an iOS engineer, transitioned to Android...
Becoming Bilingual @ Coursera
16 March 2016
| By Brice Pollock
Halfway through my HCI degree I "saw the light" and moved from a flip phone to an Apple iPhone in 2010 despite being notoriously cheap. The following year I wrote my first iOS app for the device. Since then I’ve worked at Apple in the iOS division for two and a half years, watched every Apple keynote, been developing in Swift pre-1.0 and worked on Coursera’s iOS app while releasing another iOS app on the side... So why have I been working on Android in Java for the last nine months?
Re-engineering the past for the future
11 November 2015
| By Alex Wang
Coursera’s take on bringing online education to the Apple TV When someone asks what I do, I tell them I develop for mobile. Generally, this is met with interest and curiosity — after all, we are tasked with the interesting...
How Coursera uses Swift
07 November 2015
| By Mustafa Furniturewala
Coursera provides universal access to the best education. The Coursera iOS app lets our learners all over the world take courses on the go. They can watch lectures, take quizzes, post questions on forums and use other features to learn....
The Life Of A Corgi At Coursera
11 August 2015
| By Stanley Fung
A typical day in the Dog House Hello world. My name is Stanley Fung and I am a student from the University of Waterloo. August 2015 marks the end of my second internship at Coursera and I felt compelled to...
Mobilizing at Coursera
10 August 2015
| By Mike Luo
Hello world. My name is Mike Luo and this is my story as an intern at Coursera. I first heard about Coursera from my good friend Jason, who was also a past intern. I was immediately sold on the Coursera...