European Coding Camp

Organized by:

Microsoft Innovation Center Brussels, Microsoft and European Schoolnet

Contact email:

Happening at:
Rue Montoyer 51, Brussels, Belgium

From Monday 13th of October 2014 at 08:30 to Tuesday 14th of October 2014 at 18:00


The Microsoft Innovation Center will host a programme of interactive digital trainings to develop coding expertise and computational thinking as a reward for the national finalists of Kodu Kup Europe who have basic experience designing games and using code through the Microsoft Kodu game lab and are keen to see where coding will take them! This camp will further their training through coding challenges, problem solving using computer science, eSkills trainings alongside pitching and teamwork skills to prepare the national finalists of Kodu Kup Europe for their presentation to the judging panel at the European kup.

More information:

This event is for:
  • Elementary school students
  • High school students
Main themes:
  • Basic programming concepts
  • Data manipulation and visualisation
  • Robotics
  • Kodu
  • Robotics
  • Games
  • Pitching
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