No CoderDojo at DCU this summer

At CoderDojoDCU we are on holidays this summer 2014.

It has been a pleasure to have you all join us this year and great to see so many taking part in Coolest Projects Awards!

Special thanks to all the mentors who’ve helped us out throughout the year and also to the parents! Many of you have been a fantastic help.

Subscribe to our Google Group!forum/coderdojo-dcu for updates on when classes will kick off in September.

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CoderDojoGirls Niambh & Catrina top 100 Women in STEM!

We are delighted to announce that Niambh Scullion, co-founder of CoderDojoGirls and long serving CoderDojoDCU mentor has been named as one of the top 100 Women in STEM in Ireland by Silicon Republic.

As well as co-leading CoderDojoGirls, Niambh has also appeared on Newstalk with Pat Kenny recently promoting positive views of Women in IT. She also appeared on the panel of the Women in IT Forum hosted by Hayes Recruitment this year. Way to go Niambh!

Catrina Carrigan, the creator of the Piano Rock Star Game, which will be thought in schools at GCSE level in the UK from next September, was also named as ‘One to Watch’. Catrina has been attending CoderDojoDCU since 2012 and also mentors at CoderDojoGirls. We would all like to thank Catrina for her fantastic contribution to CoderDojoGirls 🙂

Read more on SiliconRepublic here:

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Bank Holiday Session

Hi all,

Due to the Bank Holiday this weekend we are only running one session from 10-12. We usually take a break for Bank Holidays but some mentors have volunteered to help out 🙂

Unfortunately we have to limit numbers due to space in the room. Please do not try to attend without a ticket as we will have to turn you away at the door.

If we are able to release additional tickets we will post an update on our Google Group forum. Please subscribe to our forum for updates!forum/coderdojo-dcu

Kind Regards,
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#WeAreHere CoderDojoGirls & Women In Tech

CoderDojoGirls are delighted to join 6 other girl coding organisations for a must attend event for women in technology in Ireland – investors, entrepreneurs, engineers, developers, marketers, and designers focused on connecting and collaborating.

Find out about the different women in tech groups that can help support you and your business. This event is open to men and women, techies and entrepreneurs.
Who: Ireland Girl Geek Dinners, Coding Grace, DigiWomen, AskATon, WITS, PyLadies and Coder Dojo Girls
What: Collaborative introductory event within the space of tech, digital, science and entrepreneurship.

When: 28th of November 2013, 6 pm
Where: The Church, Junction of Mary St & Jervis St, Dublin 1
Why: Because we ARE here. Come meet us, learn what we do and how we can work together to better the spaces of tech, digital, science and entrepreneurship.
Get your tickets here

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