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Coding for kids: These 6 startups are helping kids become programmers

Your Story 06 May 2022
Tinker Coders. Founded by Anoop Gautam in 2020, Noida-based Tinker Coders offers Python and AI, 3D designing, app development, block-based coding, and Arduino programming courses to K-12 students aged six to 18 ... Tinker Coders ... Tinker Coders .
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Australia, the home of multi-sport women

Indian Express 21 Feb 2022
Williams and Barty — the first home singles champion at the Australian Open in 44 years — both belong to Australia’s tradition of talented multi-sport athletes, or cross-coders ... The magnificent group of cross-coders formed a cricket team, represented Australia in various sports, and went to university together over a three-year span.
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CompTIA Member Communities & Councils Donate $190K to Tech-Related Charities this Year

The Philadelphia Tribune 18 Jul 2018
DOWNERS GROVE, Ill., July 18, 2018 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- CompTIA's member communities and councils chose 19 technology-related charities in Australia, Canada, the U.K ... is dedicated to expanding access to computer science in schools and increasing participation by women and underrepresented minorities.Coder Dojo.
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Code Like a Girl supports female computing roles

Otago Daily Times 10 Jul 2018
Linda Robertson Award-winning entrepreneur, computer coder, and computer science educator Ally Watson, of Melbourne, Australia, helps (from left, facing camera), Olivia Pointon and Brianna Paterson (both 8), both of Mosgiel, and (foreground) Camille Genobe (8), of Dunedin, during ...
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Honest Baguio cabbie now an app designer

Inquirer 28 Sep 2017
Reggie Cabutotan was honored by the Baguio government for returning the bag of Trent Shields, director of Coder Factory Academy, a technology school based in Australia. Grateful, Trent offered Cabutotan a scholarship and to study at his firm's partner company, Vivixx Technical Academy in Australia ... .
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My wife wastes a lot of money and I've started hating her now!

The Times of India 31 May 2017
Question. I have been married for 13 years and there are many things I don't like about my wife. The problem is that she doesn't value money and is not a good homemaker ... I believe she was brought up that way ... What should I do? - By Anonymous ... Why You Never Play With Wild Animals In Australia ... Coder Challenge Winners Use IoT to Bring Healthcare to Rur..
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U.S. consumer spending, inflation data support Fed rate hike case

The Times of India 30 May 2017
(Adds consumer confidence, housing data, updates markets). * Consumer spending increases 0.4 percent in April. * Core PCE price index rebounds 0.2 percent. * Personal income rises 0.4 percent; wages surge 0.7 percent ... By Lucia Mutikani ... U.S ... The U.S ... Never Play With Wild Animals In Australia ... Coder Challenge Winners Use IoT to Bring Healthcare to Rur. ... or.
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Many Indians among top young Asian entrepreneurs

The Times of India 18 Apr 2017
The annual list, which features 300 entrepreneurs below the age of 30 - 30 entrepreneurs each in ten categories - has 53 Indians, the second highest for a region after China's 76 ... Around 24 countries have been represented in the Asia list ... Australia-based Anvitha Vijay, 10-year-old coder and founder of Smartkins Animals, is also in the list ... RELATED.
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Coders Are Winning For Wildlife

Huffington Post 29 Dec 2016
Conceived by the US State Department to engage the brightest talent in developing tech-based solutions to the illegal wildlife trade, the Zoohackathon events took place simultaneously in six different cities in early October, from Seattle in the US all the way to Sydney, Australia.
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Is the fourth industrial revolution bad news for migrants and refugees?

The Guardian 20 Oct 2016
The future of work is already having an impact on our lives.” She says advances in technology means national borders are increasingly no barrier to jobs – for instance, there is no reason a computer coder in India can’t do work for companies in Australia, the US or anywhere.
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Irked owners trying to pry ‘Pokemon Go’ clutch from property

Rutland Herald 24 Jul 2016
Holocaust museum’s exhibit on World War II gas chamber victims ... Besides the U.S ... We will review and take appropriate action.” ... Clever coders like Manmeet Gill, a 13-year-old high school student in Sydney, Australia, even found evidence in the “Pokemon Go” app code that burger giant McDonald’s may be preparing to sponsor locations in the game ... .
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Property owners in US: Get off my lawn, Pokemon!

Indian Express 16 Jul 2016
Pokemon Go is a new sensation, but home-owners are not happy about trespassing. (Source. Reuters) ... Clever coders like Manmeet Gill, a 13-year-old high school student in Sydney, Australia, even found evidence in the “Pokemon Go” app code that burger giant McDonald’s may be preparing to sponsor locations in the game ... .
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Property owners: Get off my lawn, Pokemon!

The Jakarta Post 15 Jul 2016
Holocaust museum's exhibit on World War II gas chamber victims ... Besides the U.S ... Clever coders like Manmeet Gill, a 13-year-old high school student in Sydney, Australia, even found evidence in the "Pokemon Go" app code that burger giant McDonald's may be preparing to sponsor locations in the game ... ___ ... The Jakarta Post. .
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Property owners: Get off my lawn, Pokémon!

The Miami Herald 14 Jul 2016
Holocaust museum’s exhibit on World War II gas chamber victims ... Besides the U.S ... We will review and take appropriate action.” ... Clever coders like Manmeet Gill, a 13-year-old high school student in Sydney, Australia, even found evidence in the “Pokémon Go” app code that burger giant McDonald’s may be preparing to sponsor locations in the game.

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