In Conversation: Rick Swanborg

The alarm bells frequently ring over declining enrolment in computer sciences courses in Canada. But is that really a measure of our economic competitiveness. Rick Swanborg, professor of business strategy and information technology at Boston University’s School of Business and instructor for IT World Canada’s Tech Learning Space, discusses the relevance of computer science, why post-secondary institutions are emphasizing arts as well as business and technical education, and what mid-career upgrades IT professionals should be looking at. With host Dave Webb.

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