Bitcamp GR Event PhotosMarch 25, 2019
BitCamp is a one day hands-on introduction into Software Development designed for middle school girls. It aims to dispel myths about software development and share the fun and challenges of the profession we practice. We had the chance to host the event at MichiganLabs. Here are a few photos:
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