InfoQ did published an article about the upcoming Devoxx4Kids Brasil event in São Paulo, on March 7 and 8 2015. Read it here: http://www.infoq.com/br/news/2015/02/Devoxx4Kids-2015 Note: InfoQ is a practitioner-driven community news site focused on facilitating the spread of knowledge and innovation in professional software development.
Nicolas Rigaud (@wtfirl), Developers Community Manager at Aldebaran, blogged about his learned lessons while creating and teaching NAO programming workshop to children. Nicolas has been, since the beginning of Devoxx4Kids, a great supporter. Read more here : http://botsdevsandi.tumblr.com/post/111262840868/lessons-from-my-devoxx4kids-workshop
Tom Scheirsen, from Oracle User Group Relationship, EMEA, shares his story about working with Devoxx4Kids (one of the interesting projects that Oracle is involved in 😉 ) Read more here: Enabling the Next Generation
Jeff Eller (@jellerlearning) blogged about the new Devoxx4Kids Chapter opened in Atlanta, GA. Read it more here http://jeffellerlearning.edublogs.org/2015/01/12/devoxx4kidssatl-is-on-the-books/
The November/December edition of The Oracle Java Magazine featured an article about : “Teach kids to code and give them tools for success.” By Java Magazine Chief Editor Caroline Kvitka
Neelie Kroes, former European Commissioner for Digital Agenda and Vice-President of the European Commission, is explaining in the video how programming is exciting and fun. Great inspiration for our Devoxx4Kids children and, we hope, future Devoxxians.
This year, the biggest Oracle Conference (JavaOne and Oracle Open World) hosted a combined Devoxx4Kids/Oracle Academy event (JavaOne Kids Day) in San Francisco, on the Saturday before the official kickoff of JavaOne 2014. 136 children (43% girls, 57% boys) attended the event (amongst the 151 registered in total), happy to […]
On October 13, Arun, founder of the Devoxx4Kids USA chapter, did a presentation during a “New Relic Future Talks” in Portland, OR. Arun covered the inception of Devoxx4Kids, its growth and global adoption and also gave some guidelines on how to start a local chapter. Check out the video recorded […]
Meet Alex, a 9-year-old kid talking about the games he has made with Scratch after the first Devoxx4Kids session in Guadalajara, Mexico. Click here: Having fun with Scratch
Devoxx4Kids is really proud to announce that , the world’s leading provider of open source solutions, is now a Devoxx4Kids Platinum sponsor. Through this sponsorship, Red Hat is showing a strong interest in children IT education and Devoxx4Kids actions in that direction. Many thanks for their support. The Devoxx4Kids teams […]