Coding: The Next Generation

Start Code and founder, Scott Blanck, were featured this month in the EmoryWire alumni publication. 

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"Programming used to be daunting.  Now kids write computer code for fun - while still in grade school."

“Many of my professors at Emory inspired me to ‘do what you love.’ This is what I love, and I’m having as much fun as the students.” - Scott

"Through a combination of mentoring, coaching, and self-paced hands-on work in locations around Atlanta, having fun is as much a part of the Start Code experience as is learning. In an era where young people dominate high tech entrepreneurial startups, and interactive technology applications emerge daily, it’s only natural for kids to want to create for themselves."

You can read the entire article here.  Many thanks to the Emory Alumni Association!