Episode 133: Why Kids Should Learn To Code, with Wonder Workshop CEO Vikas Gupta

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We’re talking with Wonder Workshop CEO Vikas Gupta about why every child should learn to code!


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We’re so thrilled to be able to talk once again with Vikas Gupta, Co-Founder and CEO of Wonder Workshop. Home of Dash & Dot and the new Cue robot, Wonder Workshop is dedicated to teaching kids six years and up to code in a way that’s super fun and accessible! Their hands-on, gender-neutral robots are used in more than 15,000 schools. Wonder Workshop also holds a yearly coding and problem-solving contest, the Wonder League Robotics Competition, for kids 6-12. You can hear much more in our interview!

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