Fun package delivers monthly projects to get kids coding

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We've already seen platforms such as LittleBits and Sharetribe convert complicated programming projects into accessible tasks that can be completed by budding coders of any level. The benefits of this are clearly huge, but two former Google employees are determined to make such shortcuts obsolete in the future, by teaching the next generation of kids to code properly for themselves. Bitsbox, created by Scott Lininger and Aidan Chopra, has just completed a Kickstarter campaign, raising four times its USD 45,000 goal. It is a monthly fun box of coding projects, received through the mail, which aims to transform coding from…

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