The Commander-in-Chief is now the Coder-in-Chief. President Obama became the first sitting president to write a computer program in office. Maybe we should start calling it the "executable branch!" I kid.
But you might be asking yourself, why is President Obama writing computer code?
It's Computer Science Education Week, of course! And within Computer Science Education Week, there's the Hour of Code, where people can try out one hour of programming to learn the basics.
It doesn't seem like much, but Code.org's co-founder Hadi Partovi says:
"It was a very simple program—all it does is draw a square on a screen—but that’s the point ... All programming starts simple. No one starts by creating a complicated game.”