Stephen CushenTwitter Revolutionary
Hi, my name is Stephen Cushen and I am fourteen years old. I attend Coderdojo DCU and Coderdojo at the Warehouse. Up to the summer I had been attending Coderdojo Science Gallery, but we have now moved from the Science Gallery to the Warehouse in Barrow Street beside Google. I live off the Navan Road, Dublin 7 and…Read More
Harvey Brezina ConniffeCreator
Hi my name is Harvey Brezina Conniffe. I am 14 years old and I go to Coderdojo Dublin @ The Warehouse. I have been going to Coderdojo since it started at the Science Gallery TCD (Now Coderdojo @ The Warehouse). Besides programming I like archery, piano and drama. I am also a Doctor Who and…Read More
Conor BegleySocial Innovator
Hi, my name is Conor Begley and I am seventeen years old. I live in Co. Louth and go to DkIT CoderDojo in Dundalk. I’m in 5th year at Colaiste Rís, which is also in Dundalk. Besides having an obvious interest in computers and electronics, I enjoy being a Venture-Scout and playing tennis (though I’m…Read More
Niamh ScanlonEuropean Digital Girl of the Year 2016
My name is Niamh, I go to CoderDojo in DCU and I mentor the CoderDojo Scratch and CoderDojo Girls sessions. I’ve been coding at CoderDojo since I was 9 years old and I’m 13 now. As well as coding I like gaelic football, baking, piano, swimming and drama. My favourite thing about CoderDojo is that…Read More
“Our aim is to deliver the skills necessary to create a generation of digital creators, innovators and entrepreneurs.”
“These awards recognise and honour the coolest kids on the block and also demonstrate the phenomenal growth of CoderDojo. These awards are helping to guarantee our future as a world leading High Tech hub”
“These young people challenged themselves to change the world around them with technology, and what they created was truly inspirational. This was evidenced by projects using technology to help people with memory loss, Cerebral Palsy and road safety -the outputs were truly inspiring”
“It was a day of limitless creativity by CoderDojo members from across Europe. They wowed everyone who attended with everything from awesome platform games, to eye-catching designed animations to wearable technologies.”
“A must see event, these young people are going to define our future”
“Coolest Projects is a global set of events that encourage kids to be creative and apply that creativity to solving problems in the real world, and creates an environment which enables them to push forward and launch their solutions”
“With 500 projects and 5000 attendees this has become a very special and inspirational event, in the tech calendar. Come to this event and you will be changed for ever”
“Coolest Projects Awards aspires to be globally recognised brand and whose purpose is to showcase, inspire, & enable innovation, creativity and technology skills”
“Coolest Projects Awards provides a platform for young coders to showcase their creativity and innovations at the next level with an option to incubate their innovation and create employment”
Creativity above all
CoderDojo Coolest Projects was created to encourage, support and showcase the creativity within the CoderDojo community. With CoderDojo, young people can make their most exciting ideas a reality.
Coolest Projects give CoderDojo members the opportunity to work towards a goal by developing an idea from concept through to development and launch. It allows CoderDojo members to take what they have learned at CoderDojo to a whole new level.
Present your Project
It’s way easier to showcase ideas you are passionate about, we encourage CoderDojo members to present their ideas with confidence and pride. CoderDojo Coolest Projects is a celebration of what CoderDojo members have achieved with the skills and knowledge learned at CoderDojo.
Launch your Idea
With your project developed and presented, its time to take to it to the next level. We support the launch of projects and so they can be shared with the world.
Frequently Asked Questions
How do I create a group project?
First, Each Team Member (max 4) should register a Ninja account on dublin.coolestprojects.org Next, One team member Register’s a Project When registering a project select Group Project: Yes. Next, Select Add Team Member. Add all other team members individually. Ensure the Team Member First name and Last name is correct, this will appear on the...
How does Registration work?
There are two steps to register a project: First, you register a User (Can be the presenter of the project, the parent or a mentor). Second you register your project details. First, we ask you to create an account with us. Anyone can create an account: project presenters (ninjas), parents or mentors. Our User registration...
Can I update my project details after I’ve registered?
Yes, if your have already registered your project, you can login to edit or update your project at https://dublin.coolestprojects.org/#!/login
What level does my project have to be?
All projects from beginner to advanced are accepted. CoderDojo Coolest Projects is all about recognition for those who have had an idea and made it a reality using the skills they have learnt at their local CoderDojo.