Kids Code the Darndest Things
March 6, 2013
Ran across this article today on young innovators in my search for tech news at work. Inspiring young teen diagnosed with Acute Myelogenous Leukemia and given a 2% chance of survival, Steven Gonzalez talks about how he made it through chemotherapy. Through learning to code, he developed the video game PAC (Playing Against Cancer) and created a non-profit organization The Survivor Games, a social network centered around gaming for other teen cancer patients. A pretty cool 12-year-old. And another reminder of why we run for Dana-Farber.