Encouraging Programming In Kids

At the core EPIK embodies resilience mentoring to help empower young people who are into technology, expanding both their social and technical skills.

Through collaborative open source sharing they can learn to create projects, host Minecraft Java Maker Parties and volunteer at digital industry conferences such as Mozilla’s MozFest London, GEEK Games Expo Margate and even attend Oracle’s javaOne in the USA. Our current projects range from co-hosting Netbeans Podcasts to creating EPIK themed youtube channels: “From Minecraft to a Job in the IT Industry”.

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Getting Netbeans IDE

Netbeans 101 Netbeans is an IDE (Integrated Development Environment) for primarily developing with Java, but also other languages such as PHP, C/C++ and HTML5. The IDE itself is written in Java and is cross-platform compatible with Linux, Windows, OSX and other platforms supporting JVM (Java Virtual Machine) like Solaris. Why Netbeans? We at EPIK find […]

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