A billion hours of brain power are used every day by students learning, but the majority of what they produce will never be used or looked at ever again. How can we improve learning and make the output more useful? Join the collaborative Event between CODE University and Factory Berlin to find out!
Marko studied physics at university and trained to be a physics teacher. He then worked in start-ups in London in roles as a software engineer and product manager. One of his projects was a video game where players explore alien worlds trying to track down the AI that had taken down their advanced cyborg civilisation – repairing their technology and learning to code in the process. Other qualifications include an MBA and a fitness trainer C-licence!
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