To mark the 2nd Birthday of CoderDojo in the Dail
It is just over two years since the first CoderDojo took place in Cork with founder James Whelton. Since then, the movement has grown to become a global phenomenon. On any given Saturday, between 10,000 and 20,000 children worldwide are taught to code in more than 120 dojos in 26 countries, including places such as Cork, Dublin, LA, Silicon Valley, Tokyo, Africa and the Caribbean – all on a voluntary basis.|
More than 70 children and their parents and mentors gathered at Leinster House in Dublin to demonstrate their computer coding skills to Oireachtas and Irish Government members to mark the 2nd Birthday of CoderDojo.
CoderDojo has been supported by Enterprise Ireland.
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