A look at SAP’s Young Rewired State Festival of Coding 2012: Video

Last week Young Rewired State held a competition for budding young programmers. This video shows what they learnt.

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Last week SAP’s Young Rewired State - Festival of Coding for Kids 2012 took place at The Custard Factory in Birmingham.

During the week long event the Young Rewired State Competition was held for budding young computer programmers, giving children the chance to learn coding skills from experts and one another.

This video showcases some of the children who took part, what they learnt and why it’s important to encourage younger people into careers in computer science.

 

This was last published in August 2012

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