Google Doodle celebrates 50 years of kids coding in its first coding-doodle ever
Today Google Doodle is a fun surprise with a carrot game. This unique doodle is Google’s first-coding doodle to celebrate the Computer Science Education Week (CSEWEIK) and marks the 50 year old children coding languages. In a tweet by Google doodle, it is Google’s “first coding #GoogleDoodle” to mark the golden-anniversary year of coding languages.
Today, Google Doodle is a good reminder that the past is not exactly past and how we need to change the future. The code is all around us and this is a high time when we start educating children about the same.
To increase the interest in children’s computer, small games are taught in the logo, basic, Pascal and other such programming languages. These games have small tasks that solve the basic understanding of programming in solving. Today, Python is considered as Biggers Language. But Python is far ahead of Kids Language. The large part of a website like Google is based on Python coding.
The Golden Jubilee of the School Room Coding Revolution is being celebrated with the organization of Computer Science Education Week. Doodle is a joint effort of three teams: Google Team, Google Blockbuster Team and MIT Scratch Researcher. Google Doodle celebrates 50 years.
Google Doodle celebrates 50 years of kids coding
Everyone knows that the rabbit loves the carrots so it is easy to guess that your objective is to create an action to use the code, which can be easily accomplished by filling the missing blocks to complete the task. is.
Doodle is a part of Computer Science Education Week, where three teams have come together to create a doodle which is not only fun but also helps children to learn the code.
Communications director Champika Fernando said, The Scratch Team This week, millions of people around the world can get their first experience with coding. This makes me happy to think about all the nine-year-olds, who will play their first coding experience with today’s doodles.