1st European Celebration of Women in Computing in Brussels
Are you a young woman in technology or an ICT Company? Then join us for the 1st European Celebration of Women in Computing, taking place from 25 to 26 of April 2016 in Brussels, Belgium, during the Girls' Day Week.Read More
Over 570,000 Europeans try out coding during EU Code Week 2015!
Over half a million people across Europe gave coding a try as part of EU Code Week, which took place 10 - 18 October 2015. The third edition of EU Code Week saw kids, entrepreneurs, teachers, policymakers and industry come together to promote coding and computer science, with many opportunities for people to give coding a try during the many online and face-to-face events organised as part of the initiative.Read More
CODEGIRL: Breaking barriers & changing optics
In the technology-led world, more and more people are encouraged to get comfortable with new technologies and to develop their digital skills. While this could be particularly true for boys, less girls pursue degrees in computer science and choose a tech career.Read More
"Introducing Computing in your Classroom" MOOC starts 16 November
Are you a primary or secondary school teacher who needs ideas, tools or resources on how to teach computing? Are you interested in discovering the potential of coding but do not know where to start from? Introducing Computing in your Classroom MOOC is specially developed for you and it starts on 16 November!Read More
eSkills for Jobs 2015 is looking for Young Digital Talent
Does coding get you excited? Do you think you are born to code? The eSkills for Jobs 2015 is on the look out for Young Digital Talent.Read More
Does your country speak #code?
"Coding is a vital 21st century skill", as Don Grantham, President of Microsoft Central and Eastern Europe recently stated at the European Coding Initiative high-level event on 12 October. Business across industries recognizes the urgency of having more digitally skilled workers. And while not every job would require programming skills, living in a software-dominated society requires that we equip children think in a new way about the world. Knowing to #code can come to the rescue.Read More
All You Need is Code gets Europeans coding
Fifteen countries across Europe have already integrated coding at primary or secondary school level, according to a new report just launched by European Schoolnet, the coordinator of the European Coding Initiative. An industry-driven coalition, established under the auspices of DG Connect in October 2014, the Initiative promotes teaching and learning programming at all levels of education and informal settings.Read More
Celebrating Ada Lovelace day
On 13 October, Ada Lovelace day, we celebrate the achievements of women in science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM). Ada Lovelace, the daughter of English poet Lord Byron and mathematician Anne Isabella Noel Byron, is considered to be the first computer programmer, and this year marks the 200th anniversary of her birth.Read More
The All You Need is Code Event is just around the corner!
Europe Code Week 2015 is approaching fast! With the aim to bring together organisations and individual coders from across Europe and to encourage people to try out coding, the campaign promises a lot of fun events in the week 10-18 October.Read More
Africa Code Week: Teens Get Coding!
When we think about software, we often think of programmes for sending email or surfing the Internet. But software is everywhere! It's in many of our household appliances and is used to manufacture many of the products that we use every day. If you enjoy using technology, you will probably enjoy developing a computer programme yourself. If you are aged between 12 and 17, this course is for you. The course starts on 01 October 2015 09:00 (UTC) and will run until November 2015.Read More