Vikas Gupta is the co-founder and CEO of Wonder Workshop, maker of award-winning Dash and Dot robots that make learning to code fun for kids 6 and up. Vikas drives Wonder Workshop’s vision, strategy, and growth as it brings educational products into the hands of children around the world. Vikas learned to program using BASIC when he was 14 years old and later went on to start a company, Jambool, that was acquired by Google in 2010. Vikas is a father of two, and it was the time he spent with his daughter when she was first born that inspired him to start Wonder Workshop to tackle the gender gap in STEM and make coding accessible and fun for both boys and girls of all ages.
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