Publication: Evening Times
Date: 18 February 2013
The computer experts of the future are being given specialist programming classes to put Scotland ahead of the IT pack. In this article in the Evening Times reporter Catriona Stewart discusses the Coder Dojo initiative and what it means to the next generation of programmers and developers.
Glasgow youngsters aged eight to 14 are taking part in the Scottish arm of the international programming group Coder Dojo, supported by Glasgow and London digital agency Alienation Digital. But this is just the beginning. The scheme has proved so successful that organisers are now looking to roll it out across the country.
Read the full article on the Evening Times online here.