AUG 08, 2016 | US
BSA-sponsored Girls Who Code classroom featured in The Washington Post
The Washington Post, August 9, 2016
By Perry Stein
“I am firmly of the view that if we have more girls coding, and more girls working in software development, that our coding will be more innovative, more creative and more secure,” said Victoria Espinel, BSA’s CEO. “By the time these girls have gone through the seven weeks, they have learned how to build websites, they’ve created apps, they’ve made robots dance.”
Original Posting: https://www.washingtonpost.com/local/education/camp-hopes-to-close-tech-industry-gender-gap-by-teaching-girls-to-code/2016/08/08/7f1697c6-5b55-11e6-9aee-8075993d73a2_story.html
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