They’re worn on our wrists, hidden in our hoovers and even tucked inside our toasters! Computers are so much a part of modern-day life that we barely even register them. But in order to make computers work, we first have to program them…
Inside this issue, we’ll be delving into the wonderful world of coding – meet a computer game designer, code a friend around an obstacle course and craft a binary bracelet! You can also take an in-depth look at moths, which were the original computer bugs, upcycle plastic to build eco bricks, find out how computers work, discover 10 awesomely unexpected computers and learn about Ada Lovelace's incredible mathematical talents!
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