theCoderSchool – whose motto is “Learn to code. Change the world.” – opened the first kids’ coding school in Milpitas. The school opened in May and will serve the Silicon Valley, offering virtual coding classes as well as in-person coding sessions.
The new school is owned and operated by Paul Dosanjh, a Milpitas resident for over 25 years. Paul has worked in Silicon Valley as a Software Engineer/Technical Lead for the last 30 years and is looking forward to spending time within his community, offering his years of professional experience to kids looking to start coding.
“Milpitas is one big family and I am excited that I can give back to the community that I have called home for many years,” said Paul. “With the help and support of my own family, we are ready to teach coding to the next generation of technology leaders in our community.”
Founded by Hansel Lynn and incubated with the help of his best friend, Wayne Teng, theCoderSchool was built to provide children aged 7 to 18 years with a welcoming environment to develop computer programming skills.
“We could not be happier to welcome Paul to theCoderSchool team and we are looking forward to seeing the impact that he will make in the Milpitas community. With the years of technology experience and community outreach initiatives we know Paul will provide great things for Milpitas,” said Lynn.
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