Monthly Archives: February 2016


The open source, cross platform, free C, C++ and Fortran IDE. Code::Blocks is a free C, C++ and Fortran IDE built to meet the most demanding needs of its users. It is designed to be very extensible and fully configurable. … Continue reading

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C/I’s mission is to inspire and equip underserved students with the skills in computing, leadership, and professionalism needed to thrive in the Internet economy and beyond.C/I’s year-round programs introduce students from underserved communities to the creative power of technology through the … Continue reading

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Teaching Bronx Students the Language of Computers – The New York Times

The website allows users to post videos of police abuses, track them on an interactive map and even play a game in which the goal is to avoid gunfire from police officers. Called Protect & Swerve, the website and companion … Continue reading

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10 Reasons to Teach Coding – #Sketchnote by @sylviaduckworth

  Coding allows students to create content, not just consume it. Coding empowers students and give them tools to express themselves in really cool ways. Coding teaches storytelling with games … Source: 10 Reasons to Teach Coding – #Sketchnote by … Continue reading

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Should Computer Education Cover More Than Just Coding? : NPR Ed : NPR

President Obama wants kids to learn to code. So much so, he’s pledged billions of dollars to teach them.”Now we have to make sure all our kids are equipped for the jobs of the future – which means not just … Continue reading

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Why Use a Paintbrush When You Can Make Mind-Bending Art With Code? | WIRED

COMPUTER CODE UNDERPINS many aspect of our lives. Usually we know exactly what we want that code to do—but what if we didn’t? This is the question posed by Los Angeles software artist Casey Reas, who employs code to form abstract, bewildering, and … Continue reading

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Computer Science | Project Lead The Way

The projected number of job openings in 2018 for STEM fields will reach 2.8 million. Of these, approximately 1.4 million jobs will be for computer specialists. Like many other STEM fields, the current demand and supply are mismatched, as computer science … Continue reading

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Linda Liukas: A delightful way to teach kids about computers

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Hello Ruby

Hello Ruby is the world’s most whimsical way to learn about technology, computing and coding. We are all about curiosity, playfulness and logic.We provide tools for kids, parents and educators to learn to understand programming in a fun and creative … Continue reading

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Beetle Blocks – Visual code for 3D design

Beetle Blocks is a graphical blocks-based programming environment for 3D design and fabrication.Use code to control a beetle that can place 3D shapes and extrude its path as a tube. Then make a 3D print! Source: Beetle Blocks – Visual … Continue reading

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