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How To Code teach by Mozilla Webmaker

by Dinesh Beniwal on May 23, 2012

Mozilla is to launch a new product dubbed Mozilla Webmaker, which aims to get the vast number of Web users involved in the actual coding of the web.
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Mozilla is to launch a new product dubbed Mozilla Webmaker, which aims to get the vast number of Web users involved in the actual coding of the web.In a 22 May post about the new project, Matt Thompson, Mozilla's communications director, said the goal of Mozilla Webmaker is to help millions of people move from using the web to making the web. Not everyone should learn to code, but if it's on your list of priorities you've got a friend in Mozilla.

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They've just announced a program called Webmaker that aims to teach the average user to create rather than consume. While the lessons are still forthcoming, you can join or create a "code party" to learn with others so you're not going it alone. So what is a code party, exactly?
Mozilla explains:
We're inviting everyone to join or volunteer at free local events and teach-ins around the world. With new Webmaker tools, event kits and starter projects designed to make it easy, social and fun. We'll end with a big wrap-up September 23.

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