Just in time for Computer Science Education Week in the US, from 5 to 11 December, both Microsoft and Code.org "believe the new offering will again introduce tens of millions to coding for the first time".
Minecraft is a game that has captured the hearts and minds of many young children, and now it will help introduce millions to the creativity of computer science.
Microsoft is leading a campaign week to encourage more Australian students to take up computer coding and discover how others are using it to change the world.
Apple hosted its first ‘Hour of Code’ special event at Apple Stores around the world on 11 December 2014, and I attended the hour at Apple’s Broadway Store in Sydney.
Free one hour coding workshops help make computer science accessible ’to all students around the world’ during Computer Science Education Week
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