About Us

Code the Future is a global community of volunteer developers and educators providing opportunities for students of all ages, in schools of all locations to learn how to code.

Founded in November 2014 and based in Melbourne, Australia, Code the Future connects volunteer developers with teachers and schools to make these opportunities possible.

Code the Future aims to move the generation of tomorrow from consumers of technology to creators and producers. Through these experiences students are equipped with the skills to not only use technology but to make it work for them. We connect core stakeholders, getting developers into schools collaborating and working side by side with educators and their students.

It is through these partnerships that students will be provided with authentic, real world opportunities and have the chance to take coding to the next level in schools. Any age, any language. The possibilities are endless.

Vision

Empowering children to solve real world problems through learning to code

Our Mission
  • Create collaborative partnerships between educators and developers
  • Develop greater accessibility to coding education across Australia...and the world
  • Engage students in learning driven by problem solving, developing logical and computational thinking skills
  • Advocate for quality coding education in schools

Testimonials

Don’t just take it from us, here is what others have to say.

Testimonial cyan
"We desperately need diverse tech entrepreneurs to get out there and solve big problems. Code The Future is enabling and inspiring our multicultural girls and boys to code, and that's going to lead to great things for tech and in our communities.”

Cyan Ta'eed
Executive Director & Co-founder Envato

Testimonial david
"It's huge amounts of fun seeing primary school kids fearlessly try to create their own computer games and their excitement when they get things working."

David Kemp
Technical Specialist ~ REA Group & Code the Future Volunteer

Testimonial rick
"For today's children, learning to code is as important as reading or writing. The sooner we can help them begin their journey, the greater their advantage will be in this competitive worldwide industry"

Rick Giner
Developer (front end lead) & BuzzConf Co-founder

Testimonial stephen
"I think programming is a great creative outlet for young children and I was very excited to see how much fun the kids had exploring their own ideas with Arduinos."

Stephen Deutsch
Data Scientist & Code the Future Volunteer