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Google employees want to teach you to code for free with their cute new app
2018-04-19T07:23:47Z - Abhimanyu Ghoshal / The Next Web
A bunch of Google employees participating in the company’s Area 120 internal incubator have launched Grasshopper, a free mobile app for Android and iOS that teaches you the basics of programming. It’s beautifully designed and is suitable for just about anyone who can be trusted to use a phone on their own. Naturally, you can also explore alternatives for learning to code, such as the courses offered by edX and FreeCodeCamp. Grasshopper is the latest product to emerge from Area 120, which gives Google employees a chance to work full-time on their side projects and bring them to life. Try Grasshopper by grabbing it from Google Play or the App Store.

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