by Joschi Kuphal
from tollwerk GmbH, Open Device Lab Nürnberg, CoderDojo Nürnberg, Nürnberg Web Week

Joschi Kuphal is a web architect and founder / CEO of the Nuremberg based web and advertisement agency tollwerk (https://tollwerk.de). Together with his team he's focusing on complex TYPO3 web projects, multi-device development, web performance and accessibility matters. He runs the Open Device Lab Nuremberg (http://odl-nbg.de), several community events like the CoderDojo Nürnberg (https://coderdojo-nbg.org) and the Accessibility Club (http://a11y.club) and is one of the main initiators of the Nuremberg Web Week (http://nueww). On his personal site (https://jkphl.is) he's an IndieWeb enthusiast and author of several open source tools (http://github.com/jkphl). Catch him best on Twitter @jkphl!

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CoderDojo is a global movement of free, volunteer-led, community based programming clubs for young people. At a Dojo, young people, between 7 and 17, learn how to code, develop websites, apps, programs, games and explore technology in an informal and creative environment. In addition to learning to code attendees meet like minded people and are exposed to the possibilities of technology. This is the second CoderDojo in Nürnberg. The children should bring their own laptop and NEED TO REGISTER for the dojo in advance at https://coderdojo-nbg.org/termine/termin/2016-06-25/d5b211b2a45a62b75782ee5862369ab7/details.html Children younger than 13 MUST be accompanied by an adult throughout the whole day. Companions must also register as "helpers" using the aforementioned form. It is not necessary for the attendees to have particular skills — it's totally fine to just drop by and learn something new! It's all about the fun. ;)

2016 June 25 10:00
7 h
Seminarraum 1
openSUSE Conference 2016