We’ve recently released a series of new Code Club videos on our YouTube channel . These range from advice on setting up your own Code Club to testimonials from kids and volunteers. To offer a little more information on the themes of each video, we’ll be releasing #CharityTuesday blog posts for each, starting with the reason for it all: the kids.
Cambridge News CamJam brings together Raspberry Pi enthusiasts Cambridge News CamJam holds regular meet-ups for users of the Cambridge-designed single board computer, and the group's latest event took place at the Institute for Astronomy. Jennifer Deegan, one of the volunteers who helps run the regular gatherings, said: “The …
Young Rewired State is a network of coders around the world. Every year an event is held in the UK to give young people the opportunity to collaborative while working on a project to make something interesting with open data, and to learn skills while exposed to new technologies. The Festival of Code is a week where volunteer-led centres around the country play host to local kids (18 and under) who work in teams, guided by mentors from industry, to create a software application, a web app, a game, a phone app or even a hardware hack that utilises an open data set to provide a solution to a real world problem.
The MagPi’s a little late this month, but it’s full of good things. The MagPi is the free magazine for Raspberry Pi enthusiasts, written, typeset and edited by the community for the community
Today’s grant from Google (if you have’t read the post about it yet, go and have a look before you continue with this one) has also enabled us to pick up our newest hire, Clive Beale. If you’ve been visiting this website regularly over the last 18 months or so, you may recognise Clive as one of our volunteers.