HUNGER GAMES FOR COMPUTER SCIENCE: Another coding academy is opening up in Silicon Valley, but this one is different from many bootcamps. Called 42 University, the school is free and wants to educate 10,000 students within the next five years. It doesn't have teachers or classrooms—just a 200,000 square foot building in Fremont, Calif., with thousands of iMacs. The school relies on peer reviews, coding projects, internships and gamification, TechCrunch reports. It's the latest project from French telecommunications and technology entrepreneur Xavier Niel, who started 42 in France in 2013 and is investing $100 million to open the Silicon Valley school.