Coding, hacking, making – EU Code Week continues
Publication date: October 18, 2016
Libraries is not only about books. You can code there too!
— PublicLibraries2020 (@LibrariesEU) October 17, 2016
Library in Köln, Germany
— Stadtbibliothek Köln (@stbibkoeln)
Why not start the day with some code and cornflakes?
— Crana College Coding (@JC_Coding)
Congratulations to super coders in France!
— Orange (@orange)
Go girls go!
— Karoline Klever (@karolikl)
Hackathon in Rome
— Fond. Mondo Digitale (@fmdigitale)
— Eleonora Curatola (@Eleonora_FMD)
Thousands of schools have joined EU Code Week and are busy coding these days. This is Sweden!
— Tomas Jansson (@pedagogtomas)
Having fun, celebrating Code Week and learning code with robots!
— Nil Gökalp (@NilGokalp)
In Turkey some children animated puppets made from waste materials.
— Bahcesehir Samsun (@Bahcesehir_Sam)
And here Haloween projects in Scratch in St Patrick’s Bruree in Ireland
Busy coders in St Comgall’s primary school
— St Comgall’s PS (@ComgallsBangor)
Coding for kids in Spain
— EDUKEM-NOS (@EDUKEMNOS)
European Commissioner for European Commissioner for Education, Culture, Youth and Sport joins the EU Code Week movement
— Tibor Navracsics (@TNavracsicsEU)
The fourth EU CoderDojo in the European Parliament took place on 18 October. The aim: to teach politicians coding!
— Microsoft EU Policy (@MicrosoftEU)
— Emilian Pavel (@PavelEmilian)