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Kids can now program Dash and Dot robots through Swift Playgrounds

A startup called Wonder Workshop has partnered with Apple to teach kids how to code using Swift. Founded in 2012, Wonder Workshop makes toy robots, called Dash and Dot, that kids can control with programs they create using Wonder Workshop apps. Wonder Workshop apps feel more like casual games than desktop scripting tools. The apps connect to Dash and Dot via bluetooth, and automatically
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