In the world of high-tech start ups, that’s a place where new ventures share resources, drink coffee, and brush up against each other as a way of sparking insight and feeding creativity. As a family awkwardly surfing the digital learning curve, we’ve decided we’re something of a start up too.
At familyCoding we want more out of life than to be mere consumers of software and gadgets. We want to understand the world we’re living in. We want it to be a place that we’re programming, not a place that is programming us. We want to be informed, skilled and active digital citizens, equipped to make the best choices for ourselves and the people we care about.
That’s why we’re learning to code, or hoping the master at least the fundamentals of computational thinking. It’s a challenge, but it’s worth it. It can actually be fun, and more and more these days, we can learn it for free. As we’re discovering, there are a lot of people on the web who are more than happy to help us out.
So, welcome! Browse the blog, check out the links, please comment and please let us know if you’ve got a cool place where we can hang out too.
That’s what incubators are for.
p.s. our banner was photographed at RPM Startup Centre, Montreal.