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Apple expands and updates its ‘Everyone Can Code’ program

Apple expands and updates its ‘Everyone Can Code’ program Apple announced today an expansion of its program designed to get more students coding. The company says it has redesigned the “Everyone Can Code” curriculum with a focus on introducing more elementary and middle school students to coding, while also adding more resources […]

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Holberton brings its full-stack software engineering school to Colombia

Holberton brings its full-stack software engineering school to Colombia Holberton School, the full-stack software engineering school that opened its first campus in San Francisco in 2015, today announced that it is opening two campuses in Colombia, one in Bogotá and one in Medellin. This marks the school’s first international expansion and comes only […]

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Apple to host free coding sessions at stores, rolls out new material for teachers

Apple to host free coding sessions at stores, rolls out new material for teachers Apple today opened registration for thousands of free “Hour of Code” sessions taking place at its Apple Store locations around the world from December 1st through the 14th. The sessions are one of several programs the company has […]

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Roblox follows Minecraft into the education market

Roblox follows Minecraft into the education market Roblox, the massively multiplayer online game favored by the under 13 crowd, is following in Minecraft’s footsteps with a move into the education market. The company this morning announced a new education initiative, Roblox Education, that will offer a free curriculum to educators, along with international […]

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Grasshopper, a learn-to-code app from Google’s Area 120 incubator, goes live

Grasshopper, a learn-to-code app from Google’s Area 120 incubator, goes live Google’s internal incubator, Area 120, is today releasing its next creation: a learn-to-code mobile app for beginners called Grasshopper. At launch, the app teaches would-be coders how to write JavaScript, via short lessons on their iPhone or Android device. The goal […]

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Mission Bit receives $1 million to expand computer science education in SF

Mission Bit receives million to expand computer science education in SF Mission Bit, a nonprofit organization that teaches high school students computer science, has received a $1 million five-year grant from the San Francisco Department of Children, Youth and Their Families. Each semester, Mission Bit offers after-school computer science classes to high […]

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ShiftLeft promises to protect your code even when you ignore security threats

ShiftLeft promises to protect your code even when you ignore security threats  Every day companies are uploading fresh code to the cloud. The pace is startling and that tends to lead to errors. We have seen security software in the past that will check that code for problems and security holes and […]

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YC-backed Vidcode raises $1.5M to teach teens to code using Snapchat filters, videos, memes and more

YC-backed Vidcode raises .5M to teach teens to code using Snapchat filters, videos, memes and more  Vidcode, a Y Combinator-backed startup focused on teaching teens how to code, has raised $1.5 million in seed funding for its curriculum. While there are a number of learn-to-code platforms out there today, Vidcode’s approach is […]

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