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Can't master coding? Google's new programme could help you learn better

Code with Google combines free curriculum and programs that help students build their skills.

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Last Updated: Jul 10, 2019, 08.31 AM IST
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Hardware and software go hand in hand when it comes to the technology that we use. But software can move much faster, which is why we see a lot of companies focusing on delivering new features over the air via updates. Karan Bajaj talks about some of the new things with the maximum impact.
Hardware and software go hand in hand when it comes to the technology that we use. But software can move much faster, which is why we see a lot of companies focusing on delivering new features over the air via updates. Karan Bajaj talks about some of the new things with the maximum impact.
CALIFORNIA: Google has announced a new CS comprehensive resource called Code with Google for educators to help them teach coding in a better manner.

Code with Google combines the free curriculum and programs that help students build their coding skills, from beginner level to advanced, the official blog explains.

Google has also announced a USD 1 million Google.org grant to the Computer Science Teachers Association (CSTA) to support computer science education across the US.

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