Kids are the future. Teach ’em to code.

Summary:I ♥ GitHub; I ♥ the shiny Open Source goodness of their shared code repository versioningness, I ♥ the commercial option for private repositories, I ♥ the website, I ♥ how easy it is to keep your oft-used projects local and up-to-date, and I ♥ the command line simplicity of Git.And I ♥ it that they’re hosting the first US CoderDojo for kids, aged 7-18.

I ♥ GitHub; I ♥ the shiny Open Source goodness of their shared code repository versioningness, I ♥ the commercial option for private repositories, I ♥ the website, I ♥ how easy it is to keep your oft-used projects local and up-to-date, and I ♥ the command line simplicity of Git.

And I ♥ it that they’re hosting the first US CoderDojo for kids, aged 7-18. The CoderDojo concept has apparently been spreading across Ireland teaching web dev programming (HTML, CSS, JavaScript, IOS etc).

As they say, “Kids are the future. Teach ’em to code.. Start your own Dojo or volunteer now. Michael Gove would be proud.

And spread the word.

@growdigital

Topics: Software Development

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A web designer since the 20th century, I am a pragmatic advocate of Free Software and I use proprietary software when appropriate. I made the full-time switch to Linux back in 2007, and my desktop tools of choice are Linux Mint, Inkscape, GIMP and Sublime Text. As a Front End Developer, my core skills are HTML5, CSS3 and jQuery, an... Full Bio

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