OMAHA, Neb. — Students from Omaha South High School are now learning a new tech language.
They came to the university of Nebraska Omaha for a coding and computer programming boot camp.
The camp teaches the students the basics of coding by using simple games to teach big idea.
Leopoldo Hernandez said it gives him and his friends something new to talk about.
"It teaches kids to program and converse with other people to talk about programming," he said. "Starting a game and helping each other out."
The Hispanic Heritage Foundation was also part of the event encouraging Hispanic students to pursue a career in computer programming.