CoderDojo Toronto honours the legacy of a young coder

By September 13, 2018Uncategorized

CoderDojo as an organization has touched many people’s lives through the gift of code. By providing a safe space for young people from different communities to meet mentors, access learning resources, and meet peers who share their interests and skills – our organization has been an entry point into tech for many young people who have traveled from within our city, and from towns across Ontario, to build their knowledge of computing.

It is with great care that we accept a donation to CoderDojo Toronto in honour of a young man, Noam, who recently passed away.  Friends of Noam chose CoderDojo because he was passionate about coding and social justice, and would have appreciated helping young folks gain access to free coding workshops. Though he was a private and very humble individual, his mother and his partner thought that Noam would be comfortable in sharing a link to his website, so that people can view his writings, thoughts, art work, coding, and his journey with cancer.

https://noamswebsite.com/

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