The computer is an electronic device that processes all kinds of data or information, and is known to be an electronic calculating machine.
With the number of hours you spend in front of a computer, has it ever crossed your mind to wonder whether the computer has a language too? And what language is it?
Lets do some more binary fun, this time with the Clubhouse Coders!
Start learning binary by counting the coding bugs
In today's technology-driven era, the use of information in creating solutions to problems is very important in as much as thinking outside the box is very essential. Problem solving, analysing the validity of solutions and spotting patterns in data - these are all essential skills in ‘computational thinking’.
The cookie culprits have been found! Technology wins the day!
Technology has certainly made life easier and more convenient today than ever. With just a snap of the finger, things can be done. Despite these changes and convenience that technology brought is a bigger impact on how children perceive things and on how they think on a higher level. Computational thinking means breaking big problems into smaller units that can be solved with a computer’s capacity. Collaborative problem solving is known as a foundation of computational thinking.
Roobeth is Roopert's little brother. She is 10 years old and has a twin brother called Rooben.
Rooben is Roopert's little brother. He is 10 years old and has a twin sister called Roobeth.
Modern technology offers endless opportunity than any other field today. Almost everyone is given the chance to manipulate and learn the concepts because of the vast source of information available on the internet.
Maybe you have read countless times about hour of code and you've been probably wondering what does it mean. What does hour of code mean?