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Students get hands-on help with programming skills at Code Fever

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Dozens of high school students took part in the free Code Fever event on Saturday at The LAB Miami in Wynwood and received an introduction to coding skills. Above, LaShaevia Burns, 17, and Norman Redman, 18, get help from Alfonso Guerra. Below, Casey Delauriu also tries his hand at some programming. Felicia Hatcher, CEO of feverish Pops, organized the all-day event, which also included a panel discussion for the parents about opportunities in technology and how to motivate kids to want to become not just consumers but creators of technology. Read more about the inspiration behind the event here. Photos by Alex M. Sanchez of the Miami Herald staff.

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