COME ON, FEEL FREE TO PROGRAMMING!


Organized by:

Association of Serbian professors of informatics and Saobraćajna škola ''Pinki'', Novi Sad - teacher Predrag Tomanović

Contact email:

tpedja@yahoo.com

Happening at:
Šumadijska 12, Novi Sad, Serbia

From Monday 17th of October 2016 at 08:00 to Saturday 22nd of October 2016 at 23:02

Description:

During the Code Week of programming in 15 primary and secondary schools in Serbia for five days, students will learn skills program two hours a day. Within weeks of programming will organize a mini contest between students. Students will create short codes on a given topic. Their teachers will send the best solutions coordinator of the entire program. The expert jury of 5 independent IT experts will choose the best solutions and reward students.

More information:

http://www.upissrbije.edu.rs/

This event is for:
  • High school students
  • Employed adults
Main themes:
  • Basic programming concepts
  • Web development
  • Software development
  • Hardware
  • Motivation and awareness raising
  • Promoting diversity
Tags:
  • JavaScript
  • Programming
  • Serbia
  • Code.org
  • Competitions
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