CoderDojo co-founder James Whelton talks to the Guardian

In November an app called Pizzabot pushed Angry Birds off its perch as the biggest selling app in the Apple online store. Congrats to Harry who developed this app with the skills he learned at his local CoderDojo. This is an example of the potential for young people to create new and awesome things by learning to code. In this article by The Guardian, CoderDojo co-founder James Whelton talks to about the origins and the ethos behind the CoderDojo movement. Read the full article here:

Rise of the open-source coder generation

 

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