Hour of Code Romania press conference

December 8 2014 @ Impact Hub Bucharest.

Yesterday was a great day for the Romanian and Moldavian education. We opened the path for change by joining forces with companies, institutions, NGO’s, teachers, press, bloggers, libraries, local stars for a great purpose bringing computer science and programming courses to all Romania’s and Moldavia’s schools.

Here are some of the news generated by the Hour of Code event: (A full list soon…)


Klaus Iohannis: „Avem datoria de a ne îndruma tinerii către studiul programării”: DIGI24

iLikeIT. Multe meserii vor disparea in viitor, insa una va rezista sigur. Cum puteti invata singuri programarea informatica: George Buhnici, iLikeIT – PRO TV

Hour of Code: Cum poate da România noul Mark Zuckerberg?: Vlad Andriescu, Adevarul 

Milioane de români sunt așteptați să ia parte la cel mai mare eveniment de educație din istorie: Romania Pozitiva

Hour of Code, oficial în şcolile din România. Oana Coşman, gadgetrends.ro

Învaţă bazele programării într-o oră Daniel Bob, Capital

Milioane de elevi din întreaga lume au participat la ”Ora de Programare” Observator, Antena 1

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Hour of Code is coming Dec. 8-14

The Hour of Code is coming… worldwide!

Alăturaţi-vă celui mai mare eveniment educativ din istorie
What’s an Hour of Code?

It’s an introduction to computer science designed to show that anyone can learn the basics. Code.org provides hour-long tutorials featuring Mark Zuckerberg, Bill Gates, Angry Birds and Plants vs. Zombies — for your computer, tablet, smartphone or with no computer at all!

Over 40 million students have tried the Hour of Code. This year, the movement to recruit 100 million students of all ages to try computer science is coming to Romania during Computer Science Education Week, December 8-14.

With the Romanian Hour of Code, Code.org & ADFABER – Technology for Social Change aim to help demystify that coding is difficult and enable parents, teachers and students across the nation get a fun introduction to coding.

We hope that this will help build awareness and confidence in the positive changes learning coding basics will produce”, said Tanya Parker, International Program Manager at Code.org

The Romanian Hour of Code team is led by Alin Chiriac, Founder and CEO of ADFABER.

Code.org is a non-profit dedicated to expanding participation in computer science education by making it available in more schools, and increasing participation by women and underrepresented students of color. Our vision is that every student in every school should have the opportunity to learn computer programming. We believe computer science should be part of the core curriculum in education, alongside other science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) courses, such as biology, physics, chemistry and algebra.


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We are the Romanian association of IT professionals ready to help people, companies and other non-profit organizations to evolve by understanding and effectively using all the opportunities that technology has to offer.