GirlCode has announced its ambitious coding target for the next 10 years, partnering with the likes of Vuma to help make it happen.
The educator has nine different courses for learners of different levels, each starting in the next couple of weeks.
The programme was announced ahead of this weekend’s International Women’s Day.
The app once designed specifically for iPad, has now made its way to Mac for free.
Three winners were announced, with access to coding bootcamps to the value of R45 000 each.
Rabbids Coding teaches programming through blocks of code and a visual interface.
It is Coder October, and SAP has revealed four ways that people can get involved in helping kids to code this month.
Those interested have the entire month of October to enter this coding initiative.
Having already trained 2 million learners globally, now Google South Africa has launched the CS First programme locally.
Think Camp has a number of kid’s coding and programming courses on offer in August. Here are three worthwhile ones.
It’s called the RoboMaster S1, and costs $499.
Head of academics at ADvTECH says parents should start teaching children about coding at an early age, to prepare them for future jobs.
Teaching coding at a younger age key to addressing the job requirements of the future, explains AWS.
The local iStores are doing their part for the Global Hour of Code this week.
SAP’s annual Africa Code Week initiative aims to teach 600 000 learners across the continent some valuable coding skills during October.
We chat to Dr Nhlanhla Thwala, academic director at Pearson South Africa, as he explains why coding will play a vital role in preparing South Africa for the demands of the 4th Industrial Revolution.
The pair have FutureSpace experiences for learners from Grade 1 to Grade 10.
Following their fifth annual Hackathon, GirlCode has announced the winners of its 2018 GirlCodeHack, with the team heading to the Women in Tech conference in Amsterdam in November.