Apple will offer free in-store coding sessions to celebrate EU Code Week

As part of the EU Code Week, Apple hosts over 2,000 free coding sessions in stores across Europe.

Apple has long been a big supporter of people, especially children, and it's a fantastic opportunity for those who want to learn more about coding by participating in the EU Code Week from 6 to 21 October.

Coding sessions are free and open to everyone, and Apple hosts at least one session every day at every Apple store across Europe.

According to Apple, the session was designed to "inspire and help people"

Begin coding session beginning Tuesday: App design and coding basics and child time: Sphero Maze Challenge

Session This includes. Passion for coding

Apple offers a year-round coding session and provides an intuitive, easy-to-understand lesson on how to use Apple's own programming language, Swift.

The EU Code Week (1 week) is a plan to help people easily understand all the places of life throughout Europe.

In 2017, 1.2 million people from more than 50 countries have participated in the EU Code Week, and this year's event is expected to attract more people.

Apple CEO Tim Cook believes that the cooperation between Apple and the EU Code Week has taken place naturally. "Apple has long believed that coding is the language of the future." We created a variety of tools that make it fun and easy for everyone to use. We are pleased to offer thousands of sessions at the Apple Store in the European Union Code Week and can not share our desire for coding with youth and educators across Europe. "

Free Coding Sessions You can find out when and where they are happening on the Today at Apple website or the EU Code Week event page