Andrew created Bits & Bytes, a fun card game to teach kids computing skills: logic, problem solving, and critical thinking.
Wendy Norman, the Director of Social Good at Microsoft, talks about the history and features of the Skype in the classroom service for teachers.
Tim describes how he created his game company, Glide Games, and with his young son created two video games, Elevator Adventures and Subway Adventures.
Luis Carbajosa is a Civil Engineer in Spain who, with his wife, are raising five boys who love technology.
Jenn Choi publishes an online magazine to help parents find toys while also helping to raise her two sons.
Here's an enthusiastic teacher using technology to help her students discover how the world is an awesome place to explore.
A collection of bot makers and professor types attend an online bot convention to talk about Twitter bots and more.
Meet someone who used her love of electronics to create deeply fun and personal robots, gadgets, and other cool stuff.
Ben Heckendorn is a self-taught maker with high energy, an internet show on Element14 (The Ben Heck Show), and a wonderfully wicked sense of humor. He also inspired this issue of the magazine.
Learn how a humanities PhD became a software programmer who builds online communities for universities, as well as Lead Developer for BuddyPress and helping to create WordPress plugins like Anthologize and Participad.
They talk about how they started and run iDTech summer camps together and how parents can evaluate tech summer camps.
With a wave of kids with special needs graduating high school, how can technology help them with resumes, college, jobs, and careers?
Troy Hunt is a software architect and Microsoft Most Valued Professional (MVP) focusing on security concepts and process improvement in a Fortune 50 company. He's based in Australia.
Simon recently wrote a short ebook, A children's guide to Python programming, to teach kids ages 5-8 computer programming with Python. He also maintains a brilliant website full of free resources to help teachers and students learn computer science and software programming.
His work ties together two topics for this issue of the magazine: binary numbers and circuit design. Without Shannon, computers and computer science could have been very different.
Here are two programmers who use their coding skills to solve complex problems, one coder helped track endangered owls in Yosemite and the other coder used his skills to track and isolate a deadly virus in a hospital isolation ward.
A university trained programmer, with a masters in computer science and a full professional career, Patrice today teaches technology and computer science to kids in kindergarten through eighth grade at Fraser Woods Montessori School in Newtown, Connecticut. She has some great insights into kids, teaching, and technology.