What do students want, versus the skills employers want? Major League Hacking are building a bridge.

What do students want, versus the skills employers want? Major League Hacking are building a bridge.

This week David catches up with Major League Hacking co-founder Jonathan Gottfried, and Nokia's Head of the Global Enterprise Business Chris Johnson.
We're tackling skills, as well as creating an environment that's inclusive, welcoming and encourages play and innovation. How? Via the communities built in Major League Hacking's chapters. Over a third of US students come into contact with MLH, so Jon and his team are doing something right. What do new people and new ideas allow an organisation to do? Transform. We learn from one of the very best with Nokia's Head of the Global Enterprise Business. Chris Johnson.

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