Kainos has been nominated for a Responsible Business Award in the Education Award category for its Tech Outreach programme.
Northern Ireland’s biggest summer coding event for teens returns to Queen’s University Belfast between 24th July and 4th August.
In the next of our Earn as you Learn blog series, Deaglan talks about his first steps at Kainos, and how he’s settled into the role.
In the next of our Earn as you Learn blog series, Deaglan talks about applying to the scheme, and his tips for the interview process!
In this blog post, one of our EAYL students gives us the lowdown on the last three and a half years, experiences and opportunities.
Kainos today announced a partnership with Queen’s University Belfast that explores new and innovative ways to deliver flexible education.
Two of our Tech Outreach programme volunteers tell us more about their experiences of running a Code Club.
Kainos is proud to partner with NRC as part of Tech Outreach to run Hour of Code sessions for hundreds of students across NI.
Corey Duffy explores how an open-source collaboration tool can be used as an effective and low-cost interactive whiteboard.
In December Kainos hosted a Code for Cardboard Hackathon. The goal was to get people working together and get their creativity flowing. The event was a great success and some amazing applications were developed as a result. Many people attending the workshop didn’t know very much about creating VR applications and were mainly there to…