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Coding Languages Coding Live

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Links from the bottom of all the June 2018 articles, collected in one place for you to print, share, or bookmark.

Its free, open source, and comes with a snazzy graphics and physics engine for both 2D and 3D games.

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Play is our brains favorite way of learning.

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A bi-monthly magazine published 6 times a year, the magazine explores computer science and software programming. Its for kids, parents, teachers, and adults who want to learn and have fun with technology.

Use Scratch to become the architect of your very own digital metropolis.

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Use micro:bit and cardboard to create a Jedi knight that sounds the alarm when evil approaches!

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How daily coding puzzles with constant feedback can be a useful tool to help students master text-based languages.

Scientists draw inspiration from nature to create remarkable specialized robots.

Interesting stories about computer science, software programming, and technology for June 2018.

Take your 3D-printed gizmos to the next level with harder, sleeker, and stronger material.

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Find it, mine it, and use it to automate machines.

Use SketchUp to create dizzying patterns and shapes, Escher-style.

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A phone and tablet app exposes the invisible waves that connect our computers.

Whiz around your computers folders and modify files at lightning speed like a pro.

Stuck in a maze? Not anymore! Here are tips and tricks for beating the most convoluted labyrinths.

How AI technology is helping fans keep the magic alive for one more chapter.

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Learn about the infamous Enigma machine and how its unbreakable code was finally defeated.

Code up your digital turtle mascot and watch him dash around the screen in this simple Python coding activity.

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Why use three languages to make a stunning web page when you can use just one?

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How 3D printers are helping us learn more about prehistoric reptiles.

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