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Apple celebrates ‘Everyone Can Code’ students with special ‘Today at Apple’ session in Chicago

[2018-08-09 03:21:04]

Apple and the City of Chicago came together to celebrate the “Everyone Can Code” program at Apple’s Michigan Avenue location this week. As highlighted in tweets by Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel and Tim Cook, a special “Today at Apple” session where students of the program showcased their app creations…

Apple celebrates ‘Everyone Can Code’ students with special ‘Today at Apple’ session in Chicago


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