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As we continue to show our support for Computer Science Education Week, we are excited to share with you an exciting update from code.org.

“In its first three days, more students used the Hour of Code than Facebook, Twitter, Snapchat and Instagram combined in their first three months. And it’s not a photo-sharing app or a game, it’s learning to code! Halfway through “Computer Science Education Week,” we can hardly believe the power of the this movement. So far, 10 million students in 170 countries have been exposed to programming through an Hour of Code, together writing well over a quarter of a billion lines of code.”

To emphasize the importance of learning how to code, here is a great infographic.

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