Why code alone when you can code with friends?
Check out some of the coding events and projects we’ve been doing.
Introduce friends to coding by throwing a party at your house or school!
Are you a parent or a teacher?
Cool code should be shared! Take a peek at our social channels.
Want to see what code can do? Make music, art, and more with one of our coding projects.
This is the tip of the coding iceberg. Learn more about partner projects and events.
Girls from all over the nation submitted coded tree designs featured at the White House National Tree Lighting.
Code is illuminating! We watched iLuminate dance it up at the Made With Code launch in June 2014.
Code made these trees! Tree designs coded by girls lit up the White House lawn at the National Tree Lighting event.
Coding is hands-on! Learning to code at Google Headquarters during the Women@Google party.
All smiles with code! A girl plays with the selfie accessorizer tool at a coding party for CS Ed Week in Topeka, Kansas.
What will you code? Whatever you can dream. A girl writes on an installation at the holiday #ShineBright event.
Who’s the future? You are! Sharing the love at a Women@Google party in San Francisco.
You can code anything! Girls from Topeka, Kansas learned about Blockly with the Selfie Accessorizer during CS Ed Week.
Brace yourself… Code can create anything -- even bracelets! Girls coded these designs and saw them come to life.
How cool is Mindy Kaling?! She gathered around with girls to code at the Made With Code launch in June 2014.
Coding is an important skill to learn -- just ask Chelsea Clinton, who spoke at the Made With Code launch in June 2014.
SPOTTED: Emojis, Made With Code goodies, and two code rockstars at a coding party in New York.
A girl codes her design with the Made With Code LED dress tool.
The #DressedInCode Mobile Coding Truck pulled into Seattle, where girls coded LED dress designs.