Now if you’re thinking about sending your adorable child to a reliable coding school, then I recommend you CoderDojo Foundation.
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The world’s largest coding school, funded by Raspberry Pi, the designer and the maker of miniature smart chips has lately announced to collaborate with CoderDojo for encouraging school-going kids to pursue computer science in college.
Current status of CoderDojo Foundation:
CoderDojo Foundation has attained worldwide recognition by opening 1250 different clubs scattered across 69 different nations, which must be attended by their young and talented coding enthusiasts (35,000).
The CEO of Raspberry Pi, Phillip Colligan intends to raise the number of students to 50,000 by 2020!
Despite funds given by Raspberry Pi foundation, CoderDojo will continue to operate as an independent entity registered in the Republic of Ireland. The subject syllabus will remain the same and the dojos will utilize any form of technology convenient for individual coders.
What happens now?
CoderDojo’s regulatory board considers Raspberry Pi only as a corporate member, dedicated to providing financial and back-end support. Phillip Colligan will be serving the role of a Director for CoderDojo Foundation soon.
The range of possibility offered by IT is enormous; moreover, when there is an abundant supply of young coders, somebody must dive in for catering the demand that has already started to manifest.
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