Indie Game Developer teaches DNA kids about the future of work

Indie Game Developer teaches DNA kids about the future of work

DNA is excited to announce that we have Indie Game Developer, Rebecca Cox, working with us this term.  Bex founded her own company, Bexcellent Games and launched her first game, Koi Pond Code Breaker on iTunes in 2013.

Since then, she has been working on a number of children’s games and interactive stories.  She has also been teaching coding at her old school, Aorangi Primary, in Rotorua.

Over the year she will be taking our members through Scratch, code club projects, HTML and CSS, JavaScript, and code camp tasks/projects.

“We know the future of work is going to be heavily digital”, explains Ms Nikolasa Biasiny-Tule, DNA cofounder, “our programmes focus on providing an opportunity for young people to ready themselves for work in the digital technology sector”.