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Teaching Processing in Codio

What is Processing? Processing may not be the most popular programming language, but it has cultivated a passionate following among the visual arts and education communities over the last sixteen years. Processing is based on Java but simplifies the syntax by not requiring that everything be an object. Some educators use Processing as a gradual introduction to Java. Students can focus on...

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Codio's Remote Feedback Toolkit

This year has brought significant challenges for educators and students alike as institutions shift to online or hybrid learning formats. Although you and your students may not share the same classroom anymore, you can still deliver an engaging learning experience! We’ve developed and launched tools like Code Playback, Cursor Presence, and In-Line Code Commenting to make it easier to tea...

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Taking a Closer Look at the "Pipeline Problem"

It’s no secret that tech has a diversity problem. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, men accounted for 74% of computing professionals in 2019. Merely 9% of computing professionals were Black (compared to 13% of the population), and only 8% were Latino (compared to 19% of the population). [1, 2] To complicate this picture further, these numbers do not take into account the ...

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Codio's Jade Nair: Bringing Impactful CS Education to Her Community

This summer, a new class of bright-minded interns joined our team. Ranging from 15 to 22 years old, each works closely with our Education and Product teams to further develop Codio’s teaching resources and improve the overall user experience. Jade Nair, a member of Codio’s 2020 class of interns, has been recognized by CNBC as a HomeGROWn Hero  for the impact she is making in her communit...

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