Camps where the only bugs are the software kind

06/1/2005 | Boston Globe (tiered subscription model), The

This summer, thousands of tech-minded students will be learning how to design video games and Web sites at computer camps, typically held on university campuses. Peg Smith, CEO of the American Camp Association, says the growing popularity of tech camps reflects parents' desires to send their children to shorter programs concentrating on specialized skills, rather than to one long camp for the entire summer.

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