20 options to chose from, such as like and reblog buttons, links on header, links on border, if you want a fixed border, tags on index page, captions on index page,if background image, inverted tumblr controls and more, which makes the theme super easy to style and change as you want it to look
like / reblog if using
don’t remove credit or edit it
don’t use as basecode or copy parts of the code
feel free to edit as much as you want to but do not claim as yours
feel free to send a message anytime if you’re having trouble with the code!
Over the past few years, coding has been a source of joy for me. Sadly, I just don’t have the time to make themes anymore. As a parting gift, I want to give any aspiring coders the resources I’ve collected over the past few years! This isn’t goodbye, though. You can find me on my personal nbsprite from now on.
The Girls Who Code Summer Immersion Program is a 7-week intensive computer science course that embeds classrooms in technology companies and universities. According to their website, “girls learn everything from robotics to mobile development to HTML and CSS while gaining exposure to the tech industry and receiving valuable mentorship from women working in technology.”
The attendees’ goal was to “solve an everyday problem with coding.” This particular camp took place this July and August with about 60 students attending. Overall there were 19 programs all over the country. Girls Who Code’s mission to increase the number of women in technology.
According to the Girls Who Code website, in middle school 74% of girls express interest in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM), but when choosing a college major, only 0.4% choose computer science. Women make up only 18% of computer science graduates. That’s significantly down from 30 years ago, when that number was 37%. (Those numbers are also pretty bad for people of color and other marginalized groups, by the way. That’s something Girls Who Code seems to be aware of given their call for a diverse range of applicants.)…