These days developers around the world are becoming aware of the science deficit in our youth, and in particular the computer science deficit. Grass roots efforts like Code Club are trying to bridge this gap by giving kids a way to learn basic coding skills and computer science concepts in a fun environment using the wonderful Scratch programming environment and other similar tools. At last year’s Over the Air we heard about Code Club pre-launch and it sounded exciting. I don’t think the organisers could have imagined how far Code Club could have come in one year. This year we are proud to announce that we will be running a Code Club workshop for kids (open to kids 7 and up but aimed at ages 9-11). If you’re coming along to Over The Air and you have kids in this age bracket, all you need to do is register them at this separate EventBrite page. If you are not already registered for Over the Air, you can register with this form and still attend our Saturday program. And kids of all ages are always welcome at the presentations of the hacks in the afternoon on Saturday. More info on the EventBrite page, but if you have any other questions or concerns feel free to contact us by tweeting us at @overtheair, or by email at info [at] overtheair.org. Happy coding!