This is a variation of the course that we teach to kids 8 years old & up. It includes three different exercise designed to introduce new concepts while building on those previously learned:
So easy a kid could do it. Well some of it, at least :)
You could fill a book with what I don’t know. Which is rather the point. Author of “3D Game Programming for Kids,” “Dart for Hipsters,” and “The SPDY Book.” Co-author of “Recipes with Backbone(.js).”
Robin is an astrophysicist by training. Nowadays she spends most of her time teaching and volunteering with kids to prepare them for 21st century challenges in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math.
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