What do the Youtube, Google and Pinterest websites all have in common? If you are a geek, you would know that every one of those websites were birthed with a source code. A source code is derived by coding, which it is simply imputing computer language into a software via text to build a new website specific to the colours and measurements. Last week we did a beginner’s guide to coding, but this week however, we will be introducing another 5 websites where those of you with a little bit more experience can learn how to code.
How has KhodeUp progressed since we last featured them? Was their Indiegogo campaign successful and did they manage to teach orphans at FLOW computing techniques? Find out here!
Take a look or even participate in some of these coding activities, an initiative created by code.org. Coding just got way more fun.
If you haven’t met 16-year-old Ming Horn, then you’ll be in for an Internet-meme treat cooked up by her latest Cambodian nonprofit project, KhodeUp. To give a brief overview, it is a four-week immersion class for about teens at Future Light Orphanage to learn computing techniques.