Rocsole organizes a children's coding school
Rocsole is offering kids a chance to learn coding in the children’s coding school in Kuopio on June 14th.
The father of the concept is Juha Paananen, a software architect, who got the idea while teaching his 4 year-old daughter to code. In the coding school kids between 4 to 9 years old have an opportunity to get to know the basics of programming in a fun way and possibly to introduce them to a new hobby. All they need to bring with them is an adult and their own laptop. No experience with programming is required from the participants, as Rocsole’s programmers will do the teaching.
Read more about the children’s coding school at koodikoulu.fi (in Finnish).