Partnership

How to Get Free Domain names with Radix

24 March 2017 · by Pete

  The awesome folks at Radix are providing free access to their .tech domain names to 100 people involved in Dojos worldwide! Radix is a domain registry. They are offering those involved in Dojos free domains on their .tech domain extension for 5 years, after which they can renew upon request! Yeah, that’s right! Dojos can now get really cool names such as myproject.tech etc. for their projects and websites. Benefits for Coding Ninjas: Free standard domains for 5 years to every Dojo in the program. Dojos who… Read More

Apply to receive Micro:bits for your Dojo! (UK)

14 March 2017 · by Nuala McHale

Through the CoderDojo partnership with the Micro:bit Foundation, we are happy to now open applications for you to get Micro:bit kits for your Dojo! Currently this offer is limited to those Dojo’s in England, Wales or Northern Ireland (who are registered on the CoderDojo Community platform). We are hoping to work up an offer for Dojos beyond these countries at a later date! Dojo’s in Scotland can contact the CoderDojo Scotland team directly to arrange if you haven’t already received your Micro:bits. We will be distributing Micro:bits via our friends at Pimorni and in batches of 10 devices per Dojo. Read More

Roland Horvath: Future Makers Awards Finalist

9 March 2017 · by Nuala McHale

During Europe Code Week 2016, the Future Makers Awards invited youngsters between 10-17 years old to ‘make the future’ and use their coding superpowers to bring about a positive social impact and change in their communities. We received applications from 13 countries! The projects were judged on their technological & coding complexity, their positive social impact and how innovative they are. Roland is one of the finalists in the 14-17 year old category who you can read more about below! Roland Horvath Roland is 15 years old and from Hungary. He has developed an app with interactive software for learning and practicing… Read More

Aoife Kearins: Future Makers Awards Finalist

7 March 2017 · by Nuala McHale

During Europe Code Week 2016, the Future Makers Awards invited youngsters between 10-17 years old to ‘make the future’ and use their coding superpowers to bring about a positive social impact and change in their communities. We received applications from 13 countries! The projects were judged on their technological & coding complexity, their positive social impact and how innovative they are. Aoife is one of the finalists in the 14-17 year old category who you can read more about below! Aoife Kearins Aoife, who recently turned 18, is from Ireland. She attends her local CoderDojo club in Sligo. The idea for her… Read More

Join us for the CoderDojo Coolest Projects APPATHON!

6 March 2017 · by Nuala McHale

Estimote beacons When? Saturday 25th March 2017, from 10am to 8pm (food/refreshments will be provided). Where? Travelport Digital, 1 Cumberland Place, Fenian Street, Dublin 2, D02 HY05 The Idea! This year we are developing a digital treasure hunt for attendees of CoderDojo Coolest Projects which takes place in the RDS, Dublin on Saturday 17th June 2017. We want to place bluetooth wireless beacons in different locations at the event for attendees to find using an app specifically developed for the treasure hunt. These beacons will be picked up by the app based on proximity. By… Read More

Andrei Covaci: Future Makers Awards Finalist

3 March 2017 · by Nuala McHale

During Europe Code Week 2016, the Future Makers Awards invited youngsters between 10-17 years old to ‘make the future’ and use their coding superpowers to bring about a positive social impact and change in their communities. We received applications from 13 countries! The projects were judged on their technological & coding complexity, their positive social impact and how innovative they are. Andrei is one of the finalists in the 10-13 year old category who you can read more about below! Andrei Covaci Andrei is 12 years old and from Romania. He has attended CoderDojo Oradea since it started, 3 years ago. For… Read More

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