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Girls who code : learn to code and change the world / Reshma Saujani ; illustrator: Andrea Tsurumi ; writing partner: Sarah Hutt ; technical advisor: Jeff Stern ; editor: Kendra Levin ; art director: Kate Renner.

By: Saujani, Reshma [author.].
Contributor(s): Tsurumi, Andrea [illustrator.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: New York, New York : Viking, 2017Description: 168 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9780425287538 :; 042528753X :.Subject(s): Women computer programmers -- Interviews -- Juvenile literature | Computer programming -- Vocational guidance -- Juvenile literature | Women computer programmers -- Interviews | Computer programming | Vocational guidanceDDC classification: 005.1023
Contents:
Why coding? -- How to talk to your computer -- Putting it all together -- Getting started -- Cracking the "code" -- Debugging -- Video games -- Digital art and design -- Robots -- Webistes, mobile apps, and online security.
Summary: Introduces the relevance of coding and shares down-to-earth explanations about coding principles and real-life stories of women programmers who work at such places as Pixar and NASA.
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Junior Elementary Non-Fiction Junior Elementary Non-Fiction Children's Area J 005.1023 SAU (Browse shelf) Available

Includes index.

Why coding? -- How to talk to your computer -- Putting it all together -- Getting started -- Cracking the "code" -- Debugging -- Video games -- Digital art and design -- Robots -- Webistes, mobile apps, and online security.

Introduces the relevance of coding and shares down-to-earth explanations about coding principles and real-life stories of women programmers who work at such places as Pixar and NASA.

Ages 10+

Grades 4 to 6.

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