JavaOne4Kids is focused on promoting technology to next generation of developers; kids who want to learn more about programming, robotics and engineering. Oracle Academy collaborated with Devoxx4Kids to bring kids content that includes several topics like Minecraft Modding, Java, Python, Scratch, Raspberry Pi, Arduino, NAO robot, LEGO Mindstorms, Greenfoot, Alice, and others at JavaOne 2015. The attendance […]

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The what and why Wouldn’t it be great to support good ol’ primary research and  Devoxx4Kids? You can do just that by completing Reactive Revealed 2015, a 5-minute (engineer verified) survey that asks about the relevance of the tools, architectures, practices and opinions related to Reactive application development to your project. By completing this anonymous, 20-question survey, you’re not only sharing valuable experiences from which we can all learn from, but you’re […]

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In this interview, Red Hatter and Devoxx4Kids Founder and Chairman Arun Gupta talks about the work the organisation does in fostering computational thinking and widening access to coding for kids around the world. We also speak about Arun’s fundraising mission to climb to Mount Everest base camp later this year. With the future economy set […]

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In this interview, Red Hatter and Devoxx4Kids USA Founder and Chairman Arun Gupta talks about the work the organisation does in fostering computational thinking and widening access to coding for kids around the world. We also speak about Arun’s fundraising mission to climb to Mount Everest base camp later this year. With the future economy […]

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Devoxx4Kids is a worldwide initiative that introduces programming, robotics, and engineering to kids at an early age. This is achieved by organizing events where children can develop computer games, program robots and also have an introduction to electronics. This session will share how Devoxx4Kids is engaging kids at an early age and teaching them computing […]

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Over two years ago, I wrote a blog about Introducing Kids to Java Programming using Minecraft. Since then, Devoxx4Kids has delivered numerous Minecraft Modding workshops all around the world. The workshop material is all publicly accessible at bit.ly/d4k-minecraft. In these workshops, we teach attendees, who are typically 8 – 16 years of age, how to create Minecraft Mods. Given […]

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JBoss Developer Outreach Director and founder of the Devoxx4Kids US chapter  Arun Gupta on teaching younglings to code by stealth, MineCraft modding, and creating the future.

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Tori from Oracle Technology Network interviews Java Evangelist Arun Gupta and Dan Hardiker . They discuss Devoxx4kids is gets kids hooked on programming.

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Can the concepts of Git, Maven, Java, NetBeans, modularity, etc overwhelm a 10-year old ? Apparently not! Minecraft is a multi-player game about building and placing blocks in a three-dimensional environment. The game was originally built in Java but has been ported to other platforms. The game allows modifications (known as “mods”) that can change […]

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