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New game could teach a million kids to code says Jordan Casey

Teenage whizz is in talks with educational organisations and government agencies about investing in KidsCode

15th November, 2015

Irish tech whizkid Jordan Casey launched his first game at the age of 12. Picture: Sportsfile

Jordan Casey, the 15-year-old Irish programmer and entrepreneur, is working on a new multiplayer game that he hopes will teach millions of kids to code.

Casey, who has been described by Wired magazine as the “youngest app developer in Europe”, said his new venture called KidsCode had recently gone into testing.

“The plan is to create a multiplayer world to teach kids how to programme,” Casey said.

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