Kids coding at the mantro office

Jenni Schwanenberg

The mantro kitchen has already experienced some events. On Friday, just before the third advent, there was something new: many kids learning to code.

Within the International Hour of Code, nearly 20 schoolchildren aged 9-14 met to learn to code. Directed by Start2Code, the kids learned how to code a game on their pc, and what to consider while doing it.

The teams worked mainly with Scratch to get a feeling for building code. Since good hackers need good food Katha prepared awesome Christmas snacks with everybody – of course, everything clean and delicious. Even the newcomers were enthusiastic about the healthy food.

Even though there is so much to discover in our office, some kids still had the energy to ask what they had to do to work with mantro. Well let’s say: Code your way in.