Dorothy Vaughn, Mary Jackson, and Katherine Johnson not only helped make history, they are part of a long line of women in computing
An app to help kids remember important stuff like feed your pets, brush your teeth, and smile.
Paul describes his daily life as a programmer from Derby in the United Kingdom.
Danny Fenjves currently is the founder of Upperline, teaching students how to turn their ideas into reality through programming.
These robots also can be programmed to move around rooms, one way for kids to learn programming.
Nicky is a Linguistics major who learned coding skills to further her research. She's also finished a PhD, won a few big awards, and co-founded Grok Learning.
Two women created an innovative online service to teach teenage girls how to code by using video.
She was in her 30s when she led the team that developed mission critical software used guide the Apollo moon landings.
In his classroom, he and his students learn together as a community.
The Robotics And Beyond HQ in New Milford, Connecticut is in an 1873 Victorian brick building with the back end refurbished in glass and steel. On the second floor is their long room with a work table to one side and computer equipment neatly organized along the walls with robots here, circuit boards there, computers […]
Librarian Mary Glendening describes how they created their library makerspace.
Learn how two people created a fun online game to teach HTML and CSS.
An American living in the United Kingdom, Jill Hodges talks about how she started a summer technology camp for kids, as well as how her kids told her to upgrade the snacks and music.
Chris talks about his journey from TRS-80 computers to websites to the game business to teaching kids to code in summer camp.
Rachel Manning talks about her life as a freelance software developer building websites and web applications from her home in Mammoth Lakes, California.
Wendy Norman, the Director of Social Good at Microsoft, talks about the history and features of the Skype in the classroom service for teachers.
Tim describes how he created his game company, Glide Games, and with his young son created two video games, Elevator Adventures and Subway Adventures.
Andrew created Bits & Bytes, a fun card game to teach kids computing skills: logic, problem solving, and critical thinking.
Luis Carbajosa is a Civil Engineer in Spain who, with his wife, are raising five boys who love technology.
Jenn Choi publishes an online magazine to help parents find toys while also helping to raise her two sons.
People do amazing things with technology, in this case, creating music from tossed out computer hard drives, circuit boards, and other electronic garbage.
Here's an enthusiastic teacher using technology to help her students discover how the world is an awesome place to explore.
One of the first female programmers, Grace Hopper also worked as a mathematician and had an unusual career for women in the 1900s.
A collection of bot makers and professor types attend an online bot convention to talk about Twitter bots and more.
Meet someone who used her love of electronics to create deeply fun and personal robots, gadgets, and other cool stuff.
Ben Heckendorn is a self-taught maker with high energy, an internet show on Element14 (The Ben Heck Show), and a wonderfully wicked sense of humor. He also inspired this issue of the magazine.
You've looked at and used Susan Kare's work, or work inspired by hers, every time you use a computer.
Learn how a humanities PhD became a software programmer who builds online communities for universities, as well as Lead Developer for BuddyPress and helping to create WordPress plugins like Anthologize and Participad.
They talk about how they started and run iDTech summer camps together and how parents can evaluate tech summer camps.
With a wave of kids with special needs graduating high school, how can technology help them with resumes, college, jobs, and careers?