Moonhack breaks a world record for kids coding, again
On Tuesday, 28,575 kids around Australia broke a world record by coding on the same day.
It was all for Moonhack, an event for ages 8 to 18 set up by Code Clubs Australia, a network of 1,950 volunteer-led, after-school coding clubs for children.
This year was the first time the event officially expanded internationally from its native Australia, due in part to a strange occurrence which happened after the first Moonhack last year.
“We finished off the night, and midnight had ticked over, so we all went to bed,” Code Club Australia General Manager Kelly Tagalan explained before the event. Read more…