Dreamr is supporting National Coding Week with five events over five days. The events are taking place across Greater Manchester and will end with a closing event at Manchester Rise on Deansgate where all are welcome to celebrate the coding week with free food and drink. The events taking place are:
Monday - Under-16s Guide to HTML - Walkden High School
Tuesday - Coding Your Way to a Development Career - Manchester Creative Studio
Wednesday - Teaching the Homeless to Code - Booth Centre - Then lunch with the Lord Mayor of Manchester
Thursday - I came I saw I coded - 400 Coders Challenge, aim to get 400 passers-by to code in 6 hours.
Friday - Food, Drink and networking - Foundation Coffee House - 6PM - 9PM (Open event, all welcome)
Inspiring the next generation of developers is part of Dreamr's mission. Mylo Kaye and Jack Mason are proud to support National Coding Week and the excellent job they do in promoting the world of development.
National Coding Week was established in 2014 with the intention of helping to improve the digital skills of adults. Since then hundreds of individuals and organisations have got involved.
Our approach is simple. If you have digital skills, share them! Last year libraries, hubs, schools, NGOs and businesses got involved.
Lots of money is being invested in teaching children computer science in schools, but many adults feel they have missed out on the digital revolution and are keen to know more. These include parents, teachers, business leaders, the unemployed, people changing careers and people already employed but wishing to upskill.
Dreamr is an award-winning design and development agency started in 2014 by Mylo Kaye and Jack Mason.