Southwest Coder Dojo


Southwest Coder Dojo is a member of Coder Dojo International, an organization of free, volunteer-led coding clubs. We were founded to provide introductory coding experiences for youth and teens (ages 11-18). Our volunteer mentors are software developers and software industry professionals from the Twin Cities.

Register with Hennepin County Library to attend our Dojo events. Tickets are free, but seats are limited. No experience in programming required. Remember to bring your laptop!


Next Dojo: Saturday, Nov 18th, Walker Library

Join us at Walker Library for the next session of Coder Dojo. Learn about code for websites, apps or general coding languages. Not sure w...

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How I Became a Developer: Katherine Vogel

Katherine Vogel is a volunteer mentor for Southwest Coder Dojo, a graduate of Prime Digital Academy and a full-stack web developer. In t...

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How I Became a Developer: Joseph Anderson

Joseph Anderson is a developer at The Nerdery in Bloomington. He's a volunteer mentor for Southwest Coder Dojo and a graduate of ...

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How I Became a Programmer: Rob Lieving

Rob Lieving is an IT Consultant and an organizer and mentor for Southwest Coder Dojo. In this interview we ask Rob how he became a pro...

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October Dojo

Join us at Walker Library for the next session of Coder Dojo. Learn about code for websites, apps or general coding languages. Not sure w...

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