With 2018's Moonhack event seeing 35,000+ kids simultaneously coding around the world, the aim for the 50th anniversary of the moon landing is for 50,000+ kids to take on the challenge.
The Charles Sturt University AgriTech Incubator is conducting a Riverina Inter-School Programming Championship aimed at improving the computer programming and science, technology, engineering and mathematics skills of school students in the Riverina region.
Helping your children learn to code could be one of the best ways to lift their future careers into cyberspace, with Sydney Startup Hub-based Tank Stream Labs to become "mission control" tomorrow for a world-record-breaking global coding event for children – Moonhack 2018.
This is an unbearably good headline :-)
Great Stuff Sam - I wish this could go out to a larger audience.
5G will save us, and the NBN will have to be redone anyway.
As always, a great article Sam.
I will never forgive him.