BBC begins rolling out micro:bit computers to UK school kids

The BBC has begun delivering up to a million of its micro:bit mini computers to school children in the UK for free. Announced last year as part of the organization’s Make it Digital initiative, the micro:bit is a pocket-sized programmable device aimed at encouraging young people to code…
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