Apple Stores to host free Hour of Code for kids on Dec. 10


Apple will be hosting Hour of Code workshops at its retail stores next week.


Apple is doing its part for Computer Science Education Week next week, hosting free coding sessions for kids at all of its retail stores around the world.

The Cupertino, Calif., company will hold more than 1,400 Hour of Code workshops in 18 countries. It’s the third year that Apple is participating in the program.
Sign-ups for the one-hour introduction to the basics of computer programming can be found at

Apple will also hold kid friendly events at stores with developers and organizations that support computer science education.

On Dec. 9, kids can meet Sofia and Isabella Mandich, 14-year-old twins and co-founders of app development studio Twins Rock Media at the Apple Store on the Third Street Promenade.


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The sisters will discuss their experience at WWDC 2015 and talk about what inspired them to start developing apps. The event starts at 4 p.m.

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