Amber Wright, 16, a junior at Leesville High School, codes a choose-your-own adventure game with advice from her mentor, Adam McKee, an IT consultant, at a session of Hi-Tech Teens at the Wade Edwards Learning Lab in Raleigh on February 19, 2015.
Amber Wright, 16, a junior at Leesville High School, codes a choose-your-own adventure game with advice from her mentor, Adam McKee, an IT consultant, at a session of Hi-Tech Teens at the Wade Edwards Learning Lab in Raleigh on February 19, 2015. sbarr@newsobserver.com
Amber Wright, 16, a junior at Leesville High School, codes a choose-your-own adventure game with advice from her mentor, Adam McKee, an IT consultant, at a session of Hi-Tech Teens at the Wade Edwards Learning Lab in Raleigh on February 19, 2015. sbarr@newsobserver.com

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