Hack for Spring! A SERIES OF FREE ONLINE CODING LECTURES PRESENTED BY CODE ACADEMY STUDENTS AND ALUMNUS, STARTING MARCH 4

Delivering the fun of coding for aspiring programmers on a longer spring vacation

Castalia Co., Ltd. (registered headquarters: Shiojiri, Nagano / headquarters: Minato-ku, Tokyo / CEO: Satoshi Yamawaki) will offer
a series of live coding lectures targeting elementary and junior high school students across Japan whose schools are shut down due to
the outbreak of coronavirus.  The lectures will be offered for 15 days excluding weekends and a national holiday, starting from March 4th
and ending on 25th 2020, and for one hour a day, from 11am to 12 noon.

 

Lecturers include active students and an alumnus of Code Academy High School, an online high school that makes coding a
mandatory course, which Castalia was involved in its founding.

 

Lectures will be offered on Twitch.

Lecture interface on Twitch (mock) 

 

Lecturers
Takuto Yoshikai (Code Academy High School alumnus / sophomore at Keio University / freelance programmer)

Hodaka Okumoto: Student, Code Academy High School
Futa Takahashi: Student, Code Academy High School
Kosei Hoshi: Student, Code Academy High School
Code Education Team, Castalia Co., Ltd.