Over 100 budding geeks participate to the DevoXX4Kids conference at CERN

Saturday 7 March 2020, CERN hosted an edition of DevoXX4Kids, a day of computing, robotics and electronics workshops. Over 100 children aged 4 to 15 participated to the event.

At the Globe of Science and Innovation, in the morning, the Minis (4-6 years old) discovered the basics of programming with the unplugged Cubetto robot and Robot turtle board game. In the afternoon, the Kids (7-10 years old) learned about video games programming with CodeCombat and Kids-lab.io.

The Teens (11-15 years old) spent the day in IdeaSquare where they learned about electronics with Internet of Things, robotics with Poppy Ergo Jr. and Thymio, and the HTML language.

DevoXX4Kids is a 2012 initiative aimed to offer, develop and gather tools and workshops to introduce kids and teenagers to programming and computing logics in a fun way. The workshops have since been offered to over 2,500 children worldwide. This is the second time CERN hosts this event since 2017.


Find all the pictures of the event here.

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