Tech Shift: Sacred spaces at tech firms and how code has changed since Apollo 11
Some high-tech firms in Chicago are offering a benefit that’s usually associated with religious institutions.They’re creating sacred spaces for employees. WBEZ’s Lynette Kalsnes reports.
Plus, Sunday was the 45th anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing. One of the artifacts still around from the mission is the code from the Apollo Guidance Computer. You can even run a version on your own computer at home. Read Write tech reporter Lauren Orsini recently went back through the old program. She joins us to talk about just how much coding has changed since it helped take us to the moon.