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Margaret Hamilton, lead software engineer for the Apollo project, stands next to the code she wrote by hand that sent humanity to the moon. (1969)
You've learned to code, but now what? You may have some basic skills, but you're not sure what to do with them. Here's how to choose and get started on your first real project.
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Coding projects for kids: Set up challenges like programming Dot and Dash to knock down bowling pins
Bits of Bytes
This is Margaret Hamilton, NASA lead software engineer, and this is the Apollo guidance program she wrote.
Doing Week 1′s readings for Peds ft. pens from muji, highlighters from Daiso, and stabilo pens. I love using a lot of color coding, because when I stare at it for long enough or go over it multiple...
FREE Printable: Santa's Magic Key: "Dear Santa, This magic key works just for you. Please open the door and come on through. Thank you for coming to our house tonight and making our Christmas merry and bright."
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