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December 10, 2013

Discover More Here Do you know about try this site The Hour of Code?

http://meliggoi.gr/mokryxa/3732 It is part of Computer Computer Science Education Week, “an annual program dedicated to inspiring K-12 students to take interest in computer science.” Each year, it is held during the week of computing superstar sitio de citas republica dominicana Admiral Grace Murray Hopper’s birthday.

http://theeasybreezyway.com/?parkyw=citas-en-linea-estado-de-mexico&8ff=36 Spearheaded by the folks at a non-profit called Code.org,   advice The Hour of Code is intended to get kids like you excited about learning more about computers, technology — and designing a great future for yourself. And  by becoming a computer scientist, you can help build a better world for everyone else, too!

http://sport-hippique.nl/malynok/7764 There all kinds of fun ways to participate this year. Check out these great ideas for building games on your own computer or iPhone — and even check out some ideas for learning computer science basics without plugging in.

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  1. In my tech Ed class we did a ton of coding. SUPER AWESOME!!

  2. i did the hour of code in school and me and my friends thought it was so cool. now i do https://scratch.mit.edu/ every week. computer programing is fun, and intresting
    even though the offical week for hour of code is gone you could and should try it-@coolcat98

  3. I just did this! This was so cool!

  4. Cool! This sounds so interesting!

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