Why we translate our free online projects for young people to learn coding

Reading Time: 4 minutes All young people deserve meaningful opportunities to learn how to create with digital technologies. But according to UNESCO, as much as 40% of people around the world donโ€™t have access to education in a language they speak or understand. At the Raspberry Pi Foundation, we offer more than 200 free online projects that people all…… Continue reading Why we translate our free online projects for young people to learn coding

Code Club in Wales with translations, teacher training and a country-wide codealong

Reading Time: 4 minutes Since the inception of Code Club in 2012, teachers in Wales have been part of the Code Club community, running extracurricular Code Club sessions for learners in their schools. As of late 2021, there are 84 active clubs in Wales. With our new Code Club Community Coordinator for Wales, Sarah Eve Roberts, on board, we…… Continue reading Code Club in Wales with translations, teacher training and a country-wide codealong

Pulling Raspberry Pi translation data from GitHub

Reading Time: 5 minutes What happens when you give two linguists jobs at Raspberry Pi? They start thinking they can do digital making, even though they have zero coding skills! Because if you donโ€™t feel inspired to step out of your comfort zone here โ€” surrounded by all the creativity, making, and technology โ€” then there is no hope…… Continue reading Pulling Raspberry Pi translation data from GitHub

Celebrating our translators!

Reading Time: 4 minutes As the world gets ready to celebrate International Translation Day on 30 September, we want to say thank you to our amazing community of volunteer translators. This talented bunch work very hard so that people around the world can learn digital making and computing in their native languages. Can you help us translate our content?…… Continue reading Celebrating our translators!

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