Fun apps, shows and toys are available for kids to learn to code. By Angie Chang (Co-Founder & Editor-in-Chief, Women 2.0) With the success of young programmers like Mark Zuckerberg who started Facebook in his Harvard dorm room, parents are encouraging their kids to learn to code at a younger age. Now parents can encourage [...]
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In 1987, 42% of software developers in America were women. In the 1990s, those numbers dropped. By Tracey Welson-Rossman (Founder, TechGirlz) TechGirlz was born out of curiosity. After spending the first part of my career working with mostly women in both the childcare and healthcare industries, I moved into the information technology consulting space as [...]
The newest addition to the “coding for kids” movement, Hopscotch is a great female-led company. By Jennifer McFadden (Co-Founder, Skillcrush) Why should adults get to have all the fun when it comes to learning to code? Tons of new resources are available to get kids started down the path toward becoming web crafters and coders. [...]