During Devoxx Morocco 2015, Christina Aldan (@luckygirliegirl) interviewed Stephan Janssen (@stephan007) about Devoxx4Kids. Christina is a TED Speaker and EntrepreNinja, read more about her: http://iamagoodmix.com/ The interview:
Arun and Daniel wrote an InfoQ article about their experience in teaching technology to kids. So what are you waiting for… share your passion! The skills you teach your kids now will produce fruits for the rest of their lives. http://www.infoq.com/articles/Devoxx4Kids-Techniques-Teaching-Technology-to-Kids
Arun Gupta, Devoxx4Kids USA founder, just wrote a blog post regarding the results of the amazing event that happen in September this year (2015). His post show some very interesting results of the survey done after the event. Enjoy the read.
This morning at Devoxx Belgium 2015, Devoxx4Kids received an important donation from RedHat. Red Hat has been a big supporter of Devoxx4Kids since the very beginnings. And there are very proud to be able to support the next generation of successful open source developers with a donation. Many thanks to […]
On Sept. 17 2015, team members of Devoxx4Kids Germany presented Devoxx4Kids at BedCon Berlin. Despite fierce competition in the parallel talks, participants attended their talks. There was a lively exchange, which was much appreciated. Even after the talk, many participants did approach them in order to get even more details. […]
Bob Paulin (@bobpaulin), from Devoxx4Kids Chicago recently blogged about a lesson learned from running their first event : Planning the Event !
You can call Bob Paulin ‘Coach’ and he’ll probably respond, because he’s been coaching youth football since 2005. Now he’s also coaching children in the computer programming world as the Chicagoland organizer of Devoxx4Kids.org. Bob has been interviewed by Slashdot where he explains what is Devoxx4Kids, how everything started and […]
On April 11 2015, after a successful Devoxx France conference, the Devoxx4Kids Team organized the Devoxx France Devoxx4Kids Event in Paris. 50 children attended it (amongst them, 38% were girls). They enjoyed programming Electronics (Arduino), Robotics (Thymio, Lego MindStorms, NAO) and games (Scratch, Minecraft). Pictures and video are available here. […]
Read this nice post from Marina Fischer (DOAG German Oracle User Group) about the very first JavaLand4Kids event. JavaLand4Kids is now an integral part of the Java Land Conference.