CoderDojo wins the prestigious European Citizen’s Prize!
The European Coding Initiative is happy to congratulate CoderDojo on winning the prestigious European Citizen's Prize 2016. CoderDojo was nominated by Seán Kelly MEP (Ireland South).Read More
Le Wagon: the startup that is becoming a major coding bootcamp in Europe
Le Wagon is a French startup that is slowly but surely becoming a leading coding bootcamp in Europe. The company is expanding to several new cities and 500 students have already learned to code thanks to it.Read More
Girls in Tech: it’s your turn to #MakeWhatsNext in Venice!
#MakeWhatsNext is a two-day event taking place in May 26-27, Venice, that aims to inform young women about the potential of STEM studies and a career path in the technology industry.Read More
How to make it easier for adults to learn code
Not everyone will learn code out of curiosity. Some will learn it out of necessity to keep up with the digital transformation in their work. Kathryn Parsons, cofounder of Decoded, shares a few lessons she learned while helping adults make the leap into programming.Read More
Google launches website to help students learn coding
Google has recently launched a new website called Computer Science Education to help students learn coding and computer science.Read More
The 4 (perhaps) surprising new facts about the ups and downs of coding
There is a chance that Stack Overflow is known to you. If that's not the case, this is a community website which is also the online capital of coding. On its Facebook page you can read: "We are the world's programmer community".Read More
Deadline extended: Maker Faire Rome is calling all students and teachers!
It is "re-creation" time at Maker Faire Rome , the great European fair dedicated to innovation, creativity, and sharing knowledge. Students and teachers can still submit their projects until June 15, 2016.Read More
Meet the women paving the way for the next generation of coders
There is a gap of data scientists and engineers in the market today, and as technology moves at a rapid pace it is critical to start meeting today the needs of tomorrow. That means starting to get children, particularly girls, interested in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) subjects.Read More
European Maker Week: a celebration of makers and innovators across Europe
The European Maker Week is an initiative promoted by the European Commission and implemented by Maker Faire Rome in collaboration with Startup Europe, aim to draw European citizens to the "Maker world" and the FabLab, Makerspaces, Hackersapce and the Hardware Startups Environment.Read More