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MasterKode is teaching kids between 8 and 15 years old how to code

MasterKode, a coding school recently opened its doors in Casablanca (Morocco) to kids between 8 and 15 years old and teach them how to build web and mobile apps.

Preparing kids for the future can be very challenging to parents, this is why Mohamed Aalabou, a serial entrepreneur and co-founder of MasterKode launched an intense program of 11 months of coding for kids between 8 and 15 years.

Our students also learn to share their thinking with their colleagues, work in groups and present and speak in public.

Mohamed Aalabou,

The program has 3 majors parts, introducing kids to the basics of algorithmics and the world of code! And then teaching them programming lessons in HTML, CSS, JavaScript and Python Language.

Another big part of the MasterKode program is dedicated to the build of a practical project; a web or mobile application that solves a specific problem and students will present their creations to a jury of experts at the end of the year!

MasterKode is also giving the chance to an underprivileged kid each time a kid subscribes to the program.

Amine Benkeroum

A 26 yo geek from Morocco, who loves innovation, startups, new technologies and meet smart people to improve my skills and build new technologies.

Web developer, with +2 years experience in web development for big European companies, founder of Wired.Africa.

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