Doja Cat’s “Woman” Music Video Can Teach You How To Code

The Grammy-nominated artist partnered with the tech organization Girls Who Code.

Doja Cat’s latest song “Women” has now released the first-ever codable music video.

According to Tech Times, the interactive experience allows viewers to learn about programming applications, executing computer commands and more as they jump from scene to scene, thanks to the Reshma Saujani-founded organization, Girl Who Code.

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The non-profit organizations’ primary purpose is to introduce girls to the world of programming and coding, with the hopes that interest in the tech industry is the next step.

In other Doja tech news, the Grammy-nominated artist launched an NFT collection with different tiers under the OneOf platform on Sept. 8, Tech Times reports.

She released 26,000 collections of her “Planet Doja” NFTs that included gold and platinum tier non-fungible tokens.

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