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huffpost.com One Twitter user joked "It's a day for HAPPY presidents, not miserable, angry, deranged, crooked ones."
I need mine, too!
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STEM workshops early 2018: Shark biology and dissection, Game Programming and Development, and Shark Tagging. #greatholidaygiftidea
Happy Birthday to Grace Hopper! Navy Rear Admiral Grace Hopper was a pioneer in computer programming, the first female individual recipient of the National Medal of Technology in 1991 & the first woman to earn a Ph.D. in mathematics from Yale in 1934!
"I think that coding should be required in every public school in the world... Creativity is the goal" - Tim Cook.
(To be clear, the Code.org position is that computer science is not a foreign language, nor a substitute for learning a foreign language in K-12. We believe basic computer science should be taught as a foundational subject for any career, not just as a vocational pathway.)
And all it took was a few squares, pentagons, and stars. Remix and try yourself on Code Studio! https://studio.code.org/projects/artist/RuEXXJTiaxytiFQKNK60NrIXD9oUB8sHO0VMMzliPJ0
With dozens of US power companies compromised, hackers can cut off power to homes and businesses. This is why schools need to teach Americans basics of cybersecurity, like how to defend against simple phishing attacks.
Check out Code.org's video to learn some basics on cybersecurity and crime: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AuYNXgO_f3Y
Outpacing production jobs for the first time, the rapid growth of software jobs in manufacturing are a clear sign that the products we make - and how we make them - are increasingly driven by computer programming.
Before Code.org started, only 10% of schools taught computer science. Now - only four years later - almost 40% of schools are teaching it! See our founder Hadi Partovi discuss the CS movement on Bloomberg TV
abcnews.go.com A father has developed a cell phone app to encourage his teenage son to be more responsive to his text messages.
Wondering what your future in tech looks like? Check out the newest issue of Careers with Code magazine and learn how you can create opportunities for yourself in tech, explore where the jobs of the future will be, and how to develop new skills.
We're thrilled to work with the Kentucky Department of Education, The College Board, and AdvanceKentucky to expand access to computer science education across KY, and help give students from elementary to high school the tools and learning to prepare them for future success!