Google Celebrating 50 years of kids programming languages with coding Doodle

Google Celebrating 50 years of kids programming languages with coding Doodle

4 December 2017 during the Computer Science Education Week, google added a new Coding Google Doodle on google home page. The new google doodle is for celebration for 50 years of kids programming languages.

50 years since kids programming languages were first introduced to the world.

How this doodle helps you in Coding?

4 December 2017th Google Doodle teaches users how to draw up basic code. The main character in this doodle is the white rabbit. Doodle goal is to collect all the carrots with shortest possible path. Player need to use given programming pattern to make rabbit do an action. By inputting the correct pattern, player can help the the white rabbit on its quest to eat all of the carrots. This coding tool is based on the Scratch programming language for kids.

Scratch was developed at MIT and was designed to be less intimidating than typical programming languages, but just as powerful and expressive.

Check below URL to know more about Scratch

https://scratch.mit.edu

Finally, below is the video for 4th December 2017 Google Doodle and the solution for the shortest path.

Solution for Final Level as Suggested by viewers.

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