Code TECHNIQ X BLINK Tech Series aims to bring everyone in Tokyo together for an exciting day of technology. There’s something exciting for everybody: kids and adults, coding beginners and coding experts, casuals and gamers. The highlights include:
Workshops: Build your first app! Program your first robot! We will be holding coding workshops all day. (iPads will be available for kids workshops but we recommend you bring your own iPad. Please bring your own Mac+iPhone for the adult workshop.
Presentations: Teachers and industry experts to present on special topics. Watch keynotes and highlights from Apple’s WWDC 2019.
Games: Play Fortnite with professional eSports players! (Feel free to bring your own gaming hardware if you’d like.)
Support: Need help with a coding project? Need guidance on starting your career in coding? Our consultation desk will be open all day.
Networking: Talk with like-minded people over complimentary food and refreshments.
Bonus: All attendees to receive a voucher for a free one-week trial for our iOS or Android development course. Enter the raffle for a chance to win a free 3-month course!
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