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 CoderDojo is a global network of free, volunteer-led,​ independent,​ community based programming clubs for young people. These young people 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 get to show off what they'​ve been working on. CoderDojo is a global network of free, volunteer-led,​ independent,​ community based programming clubs for young people. These young people 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 get to show off what they'​ve been working on.
  
-Our dojo is a joint effort between the public libraries in Cedar Falls and Waterloo, IAWe meet on a regular schedule of first (Cedar Falls) and third (Waterloo) Saturdays of each monthParticipants ("​Ninjas"​) are welcome to come to meetings at both locations.+Our dojo is a joint effort between the Cedar Valley Makers ​and the Waterloo ​Public Library ​Meetings will be approximately every other Saturday ​Pre-registration is requested.
  
 The dojo is mentored by a variety of individuals from around the Cedar Valley with a variety of backgrounds ranging from professional programmers and web designers to college professors and self-taught parents. The one thing that we all have in common is an interest in helping aged 8-18 to get started learning about computer programming. There is a focus on community, peer learning, youth mentoring and self-led learning with an emphasis on openness, helping others and showing how coding is a force for change in the world. The dojo is mentored by a variety of individuals from around the Cedar Valley with a variety of backgrounds ranging from professional programmers and web designers to college professors and self-taught parents. The one thing that we all have in common is an interest in helping aged 8-18 to get started learning about computer programming. There is a focus on community, peer learning, youth mentoring and self-led learning with an emphasis on openness, helping others and showing how coding is a force for change in the world.
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