Coding Unbarred- an app with a mission to help prison inmates learn coding

As part of a week-long Hackathon project, Unloop, a Seattle based non-profit, is working with a team of volunteers from Microsoft to build Coding Unbarred, an app that will teach prison inmates to code. The efforts of Unloop are directed towards using technology to help inmates find careers after they are out of prison.

As part of a week-long Hackathon project, Unloop, a Seattle based non-profit, is working with a team of volunteers from Microsoft to build Coding Unbarred, an app that will teach prison inmates to code.

The efforts of Unloop are directed towards using technology to help inmates find careers after they are out of prison.

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