In celebration of Computer Science Education Week, President Obama kicked off the Hour of Code 2014 program by giving a speech from the Whitehouse. In fact, Obama has made a staunch position on the importance of computer science lately. Just last week during the 92 annual White House Christmas tree lighting ceremony, over 300,000 young people, primarily female, teamed up with Google’s Made with Code campaign to code the lights on the Whitehouse Christmas trees.
Initiatives like Made with Code from Google are attempts to interest women and other minorities in the ever rising tech field. Apple will also participate in the Hour of Code on December 11, and for hour in every Apple location across the globe will give a demonstration of coding basics.
For everyone wanting to delve into the world of coding, here are 5 cool websites that will show you how, especially for little coders!
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