Learn to code games with Raspberry Pi or your own computer with Code Angel

I have written earlier about Codecademy and Treehouse, but there’s now a completely new way to learn to code, especially for youngsters. My kid went to “code school” experiment when she was 4 years old so I fully support this kind of activity in the scene.

Scotland-based Code Angel will teach you how to build amazing games using the Python programming language on a Raspberry Pi computer. They even debug your code.

The campaign launched on Kickstarter on 13th of April 2017, 15:00 GMT, you can back it here.

Get to know Code Angel at Mycodeangel.com (cool website, by the way).

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Editor-in-chief and owner of Geeky Lifestyle blog. Truly a jack of all trades, a Swiss knife; an avid tech and multimedia geek, coder, owner of a digital agency company, sysadmin, music enthusiast, artist and film critic.

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