Students learn computer engineering at Google summer camps

08/9/2011 | NY1 (New York City)

Students at five locations throughout the country are learning computer engineering during five-week Google summer camps. The Computer And Programming Experience, or CAPE, teaches binary numbers, basic code, animation and robotics. The rising ninth-graders enrolled in the camp were nominated by their schools. Google plans to make the camp program available online, so schools can replicate the experience for free.

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