Humans of Code Week – Léopold Arquembourg- TRALALERE

By Léopold Arquembourg- TRALALERE

What advice related to coding that you received inspired you most, and why?
The advice I would like to give is in fact a method, the KISS Method: Keep It Simple, Stupid. Keep the production as simple as possible, so that anyone can understand it.  It’s a way of thinking and structuring your code and production that makes your development more accessible. The code must be clear and simple, and should be understood without any documentation. This method can also be applied more widely to pedagogy and popularisation. Find clear and concise examples to make the concept accessible. Make the speech as simple as possible so that everyone can understand.

What do you like most about Code Week?
What I like most about Code Week is being able to meet other actors in digital education. To meet them from one year to another, to witness the evolution of their program. I also enjoy the government’s involvement in digital education programs.

How can interested people contribute to Code Week?
Those who are interested can contribute to Code Week by using the resources presented by different actors during this event. They can also conduct workshops with different groups of people. For example, CitizenCode resources present two distinct courses: digital jobs, and the basic notions of programming. These internet resources are free and in open access, so everyone can access them freely!