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    The BBC micro:bit is a tiny little motherboard designed in partnership with Microsoft, and it is a wonderful way to get kids into coding.
    The BBC micro:bit is not unlike the Raspberry Pi, at least in concept. It is a tiny little computer that has been distributed to schools and is now sold to the public, with the mission of helping kids learn to code.
    It's not as advanced as the Raspberry Pi, and it takes a very different approach to how you use it, but the ideals are the same. If your kid wants to start coding, this is definitely something he or she should have.

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    02-28-2017 08:10 AM

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