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. […]
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
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
Devoxx4Kids at Devoxx France 2014 Last week, the Belgian Devoxx4Kids team went to Devoxx France in Paris to organize a special Devoxx4Kids event for the Devoxx France attendees’ children. The Devoxx4Kids Belgian Team at Devoxx France 2014 Children were then the ones of professional software programmers. What a great opportunity […]
Daniel, as member of the NAO Robot Developer Program, was recently interviewed on how to teach programming to kids with NAO. You can read the interview on the community blog site of Aldebaran.
Daniel was interviewed by Oracle during the Devoxx 2013 Conference. He talked about Devoxx4Kids, how the initiative evolved since 2012. He explained how Devoxx4Kids works, how people, groups can get involved and use the materials available on the web site. In this interview, Daniel also explained that Devoxx4Kids introduces children […]