International Hour of Code event comes to Lincoln Dec. 12

Next month more than 3 million students from 150 countries will come together for more than 21,000 events with one simple mission: teaching people to code. As part of Computer Science Education Week—held internationally...

Next month more than 3 million students from 150 countries will come together for more than 21,000 events with one simple mission: teaching people to code. As part of Computer Science Education Week—held internationally Dec. 9-15—the Hour of Code shares the basics of learning to code with students of all ages in just one hour.

The Hour of Code is coming to the Silicon Prairie by way of Nebraska, with an event being hosted through the Lincoln Partnership for Economic Development. Lincoln’s Hour of Code will take place on Thursday, Dec. 12 from 10 to 11:30 a.m. at the Nebraska Champions Club.

The free event is open to students of all ages. Register online and be sure to bring a smartphone, tablet or laptop the day of the event. 

Learn more about the Hour of Code and what your community can do to get involved: 

 

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