As students reach the age of 13 the importance of them understanding their rights and privacy online becomes crucial.
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Pretend to be a spy with some of these fun python encryption methods!
This language of the month is going to be a real Snap!
The iDTech summer camp recently posted 102 questions. Here are a few with links to the full list.
Being well-read is essential in everything in life, and coding is no exception! Here are some book recommendations to make you a coding master.
The circus is in town, but they're missing one of their colourful balls. Let's make one for them!
Sundials were one of the first ways people kept track of time. But how did they work?
New to physical computing? MircoPython may be perfect or you!
It's project time! In this article we go over how the same processes used in big factories can be used to control a simple LED.
What do bubbles, pancakes, and spaghetti all have in common? They're all great for sorting!
Yee-ha! In the wild wild west of the internet, antivirus software is a must-have partner.
Exploring the concept of RAM and how it helps your MInecraft game run better.
Breaking down big problems into smaller ones is a great way to solve them. Let's see how recursion helps us do this!
How did this pale blue dot that we call Earth first begin? The answer is even more fascinating than imagined.
Have you ever wondered why your computer's mouse is called that? Well it all started with a fellow named Douglas and a block of wood...
How do you power devices at the top of mountains and the bottom of oceans? Let's find out!
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Interesting stories about computer science, software programming, and technology for April 2020.