Photo taken at: Google Campus
Over the last 12 months or so there has been a real push in education to get more adults and kids coding, or at least to understand the fundamentals of coding. I won’t discuss the merits of such a drive in this post, but I will say that coding is the future.
What makes this appealing is that all that is required is a Raspberry Pi which retails for about £40, allowing parents to set their kids up with a learning and development platform for programming for very little money, and the payback can be enormous. There is little need, at least at the early stages, to even connect to the Internet, keeping the learning environment safe.
Check out more about Coder & the Raspberry Pi below…
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