Why coding?

Harrison Shoebridge teaches kids how to code

Harrison Shoebridge teaches kids how to code

Harrison began programming four years ago, and has built games, websites and tools for a variety of different environments. He was originally self taught, but has since attended Computer Science courses at UNSW and USYD. In 2015 he was invited to attend the hackathons PennApps and Hack the North, where he won the Reverse Engineering prize. Over the Summer holidays he interned for Hack Club, a non-profit startup based in San Francisco that aims to teach high school students all around the world to code through after school clubs.Harrison Shoebridge teaches kids how to code