Play with HTML (ages 10-18) With kids growing up in a digital world, learning HTML is almost as important as learning a second language. In this course, kids will learn the fundamentals of HTML and CSS by creating their own basic personal Web site. Kids will learn how the basics […]
So you made the decision to run a Devoxx4Kids event, you’ve got your venue, you’ve got your volunteers and you’ve got people signed up. Now what? Well that’s what we’re going to talk about in the final installment on the Tech Fun Field Day event in Chicago. Just getting to […]
Minecraft Modding (ages 10-18) Minecraft is a multi-player game about building and placing blocks in a three-dimensional environment. The game allows modifications (known as “mods”) that can change the game from what it was originally written. These mods can add content to the game to alter gameplay. For example, new […]
Once we had the venue everything started kicking into high gear to prepare for the event. Fortunately having experience running the Chicago Java User Group made this a lot easier. We followed our JUG blueprint: Focus on the best content for the schedule Find the best people to present it […]
I’m pleased to announce that the registration for the Tech Fun Field Day at Loyola University Chicago is now open! 3 Great Tracks to chose from Micro Track (Circuit Art and Scratch) Midtier Track (Lego Mindstorm) Cloud Track (Minecraft Modding) Register today!
We all know that being a technologist requires you to be a passionate and continuous learner. For many of us this started when we were kids with an initial spark that drew us into working with hardware and software. Now many of us have our own kids and much of […]
We’ve posted some available sponsorship options on our Meetup Page. Lets start now to create the next wave of tech talent in the Midwest! Devoxx4Kids Chicagoland Sponsorship Devoxx4Kids Chicagoland Sponsorship Flyer