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Move over James Bond, there is a new super spy in town!
Learn how you can corrupt images to make art!
With a new school year on the horizon and COVID-19 still ever present, students and teachers alike have question about what the future holds.
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Some random thoughts from a parent about Common Core and the open source community and how they might work together.
Apple's new Swift programming language includes Playgrounds, an interactive space that continues a long line of innovations in the history of software development tools.
I read recently 81% of 8 year old kids play video games. My thoughts on whether or not this is a problem and how we've worked with our kids who also love video games.
Today programs like Scratch, Alice, Tynker, Hopscotch, Codea, and others let kids create things. But there is a key distinction to be made about how kids use computers at school and home.
Governments have used technology to build a panopticon, single location to spy on citizens without their knowledge. Here are some of the issues we should debate.
How to teach kids programming and computer science is much more than learning to code. Most people will quit. Here are some ideas and links to help answer this question.
Increasingly online we are shown what others think we want to see, based on algorithms. That may or may not be a great thing. Journalists and editors should treat algorithms as yet another beat to cover.
Electronics is an obscure corner of computing. Most people today might have no clue electronics is about building stuff with diagrams, parts, wires, and a solder gun. Some thoughts about what makes electronics important. And fun.
When I say the word design, what pops in your head? Visuals pop into my head: a clean web page […]
Should everyone learn to code? An article by a student about the struggles of learning to code provides a glimpse into what everyone learning to code really means.
Since this issue is all about building small but useful things, my essay this month is about how this magazine […]
The best way to ensure our children's school data is secure and private? Create open source standards for the software used to provide lessons and grades.
This issue is about the essence of computing, the binary numbers 0 and 1, where they came from and how they combine to create computing hardware and software. Here's a cautionary tale about getting kicked out of our digital world, by accident.
Around the time I started work on this magazine, I attended an event that captured precisely the spirit, fun, and adventure I want the Help Kids Code magazine to capture in every issue.
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