coding

Code Ninjas Hosts Roblox Create Camp

THE CENTER TEACHES KIDS HOW TO CODE VIDEO GAMES

FARGO, N.D. — If you have kids, they’re probably playing or about to play a video game. A new Fargo business is helping kids not only play those games, but also create them. Code Ninjas is the only facility of its kind in North Dakota. “We’re kind of the lone wolves in Fargo, the lone wolf in North Dakota as…

ND’s First Coding Center Code Ninjas Opens in Fargo

FARGO, N.D. – A new way for kids to have fun and learn is coming to Fargo called Code Ninjas. The first kid’s coding center in North Dakota can be found at 4480 23rd Avenue South next to the Anderson Softball Complex. It’s a game–based education program for kids from ages 7 to 14. Students will learn to code by making…

Teams Create Public Safety Programming in 24-Hour Hackathon

Programmers of all levels could compete

FARGO, N.D. — Hackers gathered to put their skills to the test and create something… all under deadline pressure. Six teams competed by building a computer program based on public safety. They can use tools like data sets and programming interfaces. The challenge is done in 24 hours, and top competitors will get prizes. It’s not necessary to be a master…

West Fargo Public Library Teaches Kids to Code

It's part of their "Library Rocks" summer reading program

WEST FARGO, N.D. — You can never be too young to learn how to code. Since so many things in our world revolve around technology, librarians at the West Fargo Public Library are teaching kids how to use basic technology applications. The coding class is also a way for the library to do fun activities throughout the summer and encourage people…

Fargo Public School District Gives Itself a Report Card

The "State of the Schools" address details how the district is performing and dealing with consistent growth

FARGO, ND — It’s that time of year again for the Fargo Public School District to give itself a report card. The State of the Schools addressed how they’re dealing with consistent growth while continuing to face social challenges. Since the district’s operations facility opened in July, superintendent Dr. Jeff Schatz said his schools are more efficient than ever. But…