How to reposition itself a robot? How do I develop my own game? And self-programming in Minecraft Is that possible? The answers to these questions found 45 children last weekend SIDN during the event Devoxx4Kids. Read more in the blog post (in Dutch) of Nicole Wedler
During the latest Devoxx France (2016), the Devoxx4Kids France team and myself presented a session related to “Introducing children to programming, one workshop at a time”. There, we tried a new concept: the “Presentation 2.0” where Pepper, a humanoid robot from Aldebaran Robotics, did present, by itself, the Devoxx4Kids initiative to the […]
Audrey Neveu, head of Devoxx4Kids France, gave recently an interview to Youmna Ovazza Read and Watch Audrey discussing “How to introduce children to programming” (in French): http://www.butter-cake.com/2016/03/07/initier-enfants-codage-interview-audrey-neveu-developpeuse/
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.
Saskia, from Devoxx4Kids Holland, and Daniel were interviewed, about Devoxx4Kids teams collaboration and support, during Devoxx Belgium 2015.
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 !