Summit Daily: Colorado Tech Tour highlights Summit County STEM programs
On the screen, the car speeds along the road, narrowly avoiding a collision with a pixelated guardrail. The game on display, titled “spy racer,” is the result of 76 lines of code written by a 10-year-old.
Local Frisco Elementary student Eamonn Fallon developed the application using “Bitsbox,” an introduction to coding created by a Boulder startup company.
“My favorite part is just coding the apps and playing with the apps,” said seven-year-old Owen Fallon, who also took the five-week Intro to App Development course through Evo3 Workspace in Frisco. [Read More]