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Spells like teen spirit

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■ Without coding, most of our gadgets would be as useful as a hairbrush without bristles. Coding is essentially like casting a spell on an object to make it do neat things… so it makes sense that Kano, maker of build-yourown PC kits, has married magic and coding together with its Harry Potter coding wand.

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