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Ten years ago TODAY, @codeorg was born! It’s been an awesome decade of inspiring future tech leaders and working to close the computer science opportunity gap! As education transforms in the age of AI, we hope to continue empowering students and teachers everywhere. 💻🎉 pic.twitter.com/5IcreGlGXM— Code.org (@codeorg) February 26, 2023
We didn’t even ask this bakery to add actual code to our birthday cake, but they did! Just goes to show that any field can find some sweet uses for computer science. 🎂 pic.twitter.com/35y5u0hZ9N— Code.org (@codeorg) February 28, 2023
Take a walk down memory lane with us: This is what https://t.co/VYSjxUggYk looked like 10 years ago when we first launched! Do you have any favorite stories or memories of your @codeorg experience? Share with us! pic.twitter.com/zIaj8CrwwD— Code.org (@codeorg) March 2, 2023
The past 10 years of @codeorg wouldn’t be possible without YOU! Thank you to every student, teacher, parent, administrator, facilitator, advocate, employee, donor, board member, and leader. Let’s keep working together to make computer science accessible to all! pic.twitter.com/smC3CX7nhx— Code.org (@codeorg) March 3, 2023
I had a high school student come up to me four years after I had her as an 8th grade middle schooler and she was excited that she was going to study computer science in college. As a middle schooler she was exposed to something new, and that planted a seed for her college years.
I joined Hour of Code in your inaugural year and have been with you all the way! It has inspired me to seek out additional coding opportunities for my students. Thanks for all you have done to get kids engaged and excited about computer science! We wouldn't be where we are without you!
I owe Code.org so much. I'm the teacher I am today because of the tools you provide for educators like me. I've been using Code.org since 2013 and I've been a facilitator since 2019. Thanks for making me look good for these many years, Code.org. I really appreciate it.
As someone who started learning to code on my own, Hour of Code was the first resource I discovered and used. It made learning accessible, approachable, and fun and I’m so grateful that it sparked my journey into building software. https://t.co/aw0Cq2WdOX— Isaac Fung (@ijfung) February 26, 2023
Hadi & everyone at https://t.co/QeeXGoNIoE -Thank you for bringing computer science to the forefront. I can't believe it has been 10 years since you started https://t.co/jI2HtRbaO4 . Many of my students over the years have truly enjoyed learning how to code thanks to all of you!— Stephanie Bermudez (@BellevilleHSLib) February 27, 2023
Still remember participating and completing the Hour of Code as a 13 year old kid back in 2013. I would definitely not have pushed to learn about computer science had I not done that. Very very grateful for this initiative ❤️— Aditya Oberai (@adityaoberai1) February 26, 2023