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Tech Bisnow Highlights Girls Who Code Program’s DC Graduation

Tech Bisnow, August 14, 2015

Tania Anderson

This group of high school girls just finished seven weeks of intensive computer science training through Girls Who Code DC, a program that teaches coding and introduces them to role models in the field. At the graduation ceremony this week at Georgetown University, the girls from the BSA-sponsored classroom presented the projects they designed.


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