Estonia, a small country with a population of 1.3 million people, punches above its own weight when it comes to advancements in tech. It was the birthplace of Skype, one of the first countries to have a government that was fully e-enabled, and now it has launched a nationwide scheme to teach school kids from the age of seven to 19, how to write code.
Originally posted by RooskiZombi
reply to post by Cabin
This is wonderful! I was born in Tallinn, Estonia and can say that this will bring a whole new realm of possibilities for those youngens. I wish I could have learned this in school, but at least they're realizing the direction the future is headed towards.
Unless of course, we have a group of tyke hackers.. Ha take down the security systems of candy shops