The Meet and Code Inspiration Library
Coding resources and content for your event
You want to organise a coding event as part of Meet and Code? Or, you have participated at a Meet and Code event and want to learn more on IT and programming?
You can find useful resources, presentations, tool kits and links for the different stages of learning - from beginner to advanced at the Meet and Code Inspiration Library.
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A platform for teaching programming
Explore the technology of Amazon's fulfilment centres and discover how computer science, state of the art engineering and people work together.
Class Chats are virtual career talks that inspire students and provide career guidance.
A short guide to planning and running virtual coding events for children and young people.
Understanding the leadership roles available to women in computer science are crucial building blocks for creating a more equitable workforce.
Kodable makes it easy to understand complicated topics by breaking them down into basic procedures through tutorials.
Great interactive resource for teaching children to code
ScratchJR is a more basic version of Scratch, designed to give younger kids an introduction to computer programming and multimedia.
Coding resources for women and girls at every stage of their career, from babies to professionals!
CodeDoor empowers non-profits with the skills and content they need to educate their
beneficiaries and students to become excellent coders.
openSAP offers innovative learning for everyone. It’s free, expert-led, and made for you by SAP.
Get inspired by the community page of the SAP Young Thinkers.
GDPR-compliant declaration of consent for adults and minors to publish material within the framework of Meet and Code communication
Codecademy is an interactive internet platform that offers free programming lessons for many programming languages.
E-learning website for web development and web design tutorials and assistance.
Fun tools to introduce newcomers to programming.
An online tool that brings technology & professional perspectives to the classroom.
Snap!, a extended reimplementation of Scratch that is a visual drag-and-drop programming language.
This brochure contains concrete examples and practical advice about how to acquire coding skills using microcontrollers such as Arduino and Raspberry
Scratch is a programming language that helps young people learn to think creatively, reason systematically, and work collaboratively.
Provider of free resources to help people learn about computing and how to make things with computers, and train educators.
A broad variety of different online courses, lectures and readings that can help with a degree.
These guides are built to provide tools and a community for women to understand technology and how to build their ideas
MIT App Inventor is an intuitive, visual programming environment that allows everyone to build fully functional apps for smartphones and tablets.
MakeCode brings computer science to life for all students.
Kodu lets kids create games on the PC and Xbox via a simple visual programming language
Offers practical exercises, video tutorials and a personalized learning dashboard that allows users to learn at their own pace.
MOOCs - Massive Open Online Courses - offer one of the most innovative forms of learning:
One-hour introduction to computer science, designed to demystify "code".
Hopscotch is a visual programming language, designed to allow young or beginner programmers to develop simple projects (on iPad and iPhone).
Blockly is a library for adding drag and drop block coding to an app.
CS First is a series of free computer science courses where you can easily learn the concepts of programming and computer science.
Learn to code with freeCodeCamp!
edX is an online learning destination and MOOC provider
Keep on improving your coding skills by solving the World's most challenging problems!
Learning to code can be easy and fun with the right platform!
Alice teaches programming.
Are you considering participating in EU Code Week but you don’t know where to start?
Know of any valuable resources we did not list here? Share them with us and the Meet and Code Community! Just send us a short email to The Wheel.
You have good resources and content from your last coding event and want others to learn and benefit from it? You want us to share it in the Meet and Code Inspiration Library? Please contact us and send us:
- the resources you want to share in one document
- the signed consent to allow us to upload and share your content
- Some information about your content including a title, a short description, the target group of your content and the level of difficulty.
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