Microsoft will host two Hour of Code student groups at the Microsoft Inspire event in July as part of a larger goal to drive education in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM).
Hour of Code is a global movement that encourages students to learn computer science. The students at Inspire will have opportunities to learn to code and explore innovative technologies.
“Sharing with them the excitement of attending a major, international technology showcase and introducing them to an array of career opportunities can make a real impact, both in their individual careers and in the culture of STEM education as well,” writes Gavriella Schuster, Microsoft corporate vice president, Worldwide Channels and Programs.
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Microsoft News Center Staff