Frequently Asked Questions
Following are the most frequently asked questions we get:
Kode Crumbs is a high school coding club aimed at teaching students coding and programming concepts in a fun and interactive way. By emphasizing a fun and interactive approach, we are trying to make coding more accessible and enjoyable to students who may not have considered it before. Additionally, by teaching coding skills early, the club may be helping students prepare for careers in technology and computer science, which are rapidly growing fields.
Any high school student, above the age of 13, interested in coding and programming can become a member of Kode Crumbs. The club is open to all students regardless of their skill level or prior experience with coding. The purpose of the club is to provide a platform for students to learn and develop their coding skills in a collaborative and supportive environment. It is a place where students can come together and share their ideas, knowledge, and passion for coding.
Kode Crumbs is a high school coding club that provides various activities to help students develop their coding and programming skills.
- Coding challenges are a great way for students to learn new skills through practice.
- Project-based learning involves working on real-world projects that require students to apply the concepts they have learned.
- Hackathons are events where students come together to develop software or applications within a short period of time, typically 24-48 hours.
To join Kode Crumbs, one can fill out the form on the Join Us page of our website. This form asks for personal information, such as name and age, and is used to register for the club. Secondly, one can send a direct message (DM) to us on our social media accounts expressing interest in joining. These social media accounts can be found at the bottom of the homepage. By providing these options, we aim to make it easy for anyone interested in joining to do so in a way that is most convenient for them.