Annie Ly, 16, works on completing an exercise during a Girls Who Code class at Adobe Systems in San Jose, Calif. Google is partnering with Girls Who Code, a national nonprofit organization that aims to inspire, educate and equip young women for futures in computing-related fields.
Annie Ly, 16, works on completing an exercise during a Girls Who Code class at Adobe Systems in San Jose, Calif. Google is partnering with Girls Who Code, a national nonprofit organization that aims to inspire, educate and equip young women for futures in computing-related fields. Eric Risberg Associated Press
Annie Ly, 16, works on completing an exercise during a Girls Who Code class at Adobe Systems in San Jose, Calif. Google is partnering with Girls Who Code, a national nonprofit organization that aims to inspire, educate and equip young women for futures in computing-related fields. Eric Risberg Associated Press

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