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CoderDojo Newry 12th November
Sat 12 November 2016, 13:30 – 16:30 GMT
Newry CoderDojo is planning meetups every two weeks over the summer of 2016 aiming to help kids code and make things with computers.
Are you under eighteen? Do you know about programming or are keen to learn and give it a go? If so, CoderDojo might be for you.
Learn how to code, or if you already can, improve your skills. Build cool stuff, from games to websites to animations to apps. Meet people like you who are interested in the same sort of things. We also have a few Raspberry Pis setup, drones and other goodies too!
If you are 13 or under, then please make sure a parent or guardian is with you. If you're 13 or over, then we will ask for details of an emergency contact person if they are not staying.
You do not need to book parent tickets. We just need your name(s) as part of the U18s tickets.
What to bring
If you have access to a laptop, please try to bring that. Please also make sure it is fully charged.
For some activities, it is useful to have software installed beforehand. If you have chance - please take a look at the Newry Coder Dojo website.
- Scratch - the online version is very popular (no installation needed), but the version can be installed for offline too.
Newry Library is at 79 Hill St, Newry, County Down BT34 1DG
If you are coming by car there is a car park close by on North Street.
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Newry CoderDojo is run entirely by volunteers. Most of us are also parents. We're very grateful to the team at Newry Library for hosting us.