A programming language isn’t something ordinarily considered capable of making a cultural statement. But Anuoluwapo Karounwi has done just that with Yorlang, a programming language designed to write small programs using Yoruba, a language native to South Western Nigeria.
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Also known as ASAP (not Rocky)
Taking it one state at a time
If you were a design engineer working with UNICEF and had over 1.3 million children displaced due to a refugee crisis, what would you design to make sure students continue to learn?