Code Camp was one of Australia’s fastest growing social impact and education ventures when the coronavirus pandemic hit 12 months ago. Founder Ben Levi had spent six years building the country’s largest STEM school holiday programs, teaching more than 100,000 Australian students to design and code apps, online games, digital worlds, and websites. The business… Read more »
Amazon Australia, fresh from its push to change the local retail landscape after launching here in 2017, is now turning its attention to the next generation of coders with a STEM program for primary school students. Camp Amazon is a two-year $150,000 initiative for 100 kids in years 3 to 6 to develop their… Read more »
Meeum runs coding workshops that acknowledge learning to code isn’t always about becoming a developer
Meeum was founded by Elyse Maberley and Sam Hemphill with the goal of broadening access to coding education.
Two months further on we still didn’t have any product to speak of – let alone demonstrate to potential customers. Alarm bells started ringing.
For those without the tech knowhow, developing an app has traditionally been a costly, time-consuming ordeal, with many falling at the first hurdle: finding the right developer. Cofounded by Dr Eban Escott, Indi Tansey, Matt Francis, and David Burkett, Queensland startup Codebots aims to open up app development to the non-techies among us, creating an… Read more »
Armourcell is a peel-and-stick square that can be slapped onto the back of mobile phones to protect a user’s mobile phone from wireless breaches.
Barayamal has partnered with global kids coding initiative CoderDojo to launch First Nations, a network of coding clubs aimed at Indigenous Australians.
Code Club Australia has announced the return of Moonhack for 2017, a campaign to see thousands of kids come together to code online.
Through an online platform, Bugdojo connects the coding work of small to medium teams to QA professionals for quick, high-quality testing.
The first run of DevelopHER is done and dusted and a veritable success: the three participants have each been offered a permanent role at MYOB.
Sydney startup Secure Code Warrior has developed an online platform to help train programmers in cybersecurity through a gamified testing process.
CodeSpace Education, a company running coding camps for kids during school holidays, is 15 year old Joshua Brooks’s third business.
Edutech startup Code Camp has won the Mercedes-Benz Vans’ Hack My Van competition to bring coding classes to Australian students in rural and regional areas. In the next 12 months Code Camp will use their prize of the Vito van to travel to remote areas like Arnhem Land to teach kids the skills of the future.
Code Club Australia officially set a world record this week, getting over 10,000 kids coding as part of its Moonhack campaign to celebrate the anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing in 1969.