Yes, you've made it to WeAreDevelopers! Now it's your time to prove you are able to take the toughest challenge a developer can face. Show that you're not only an expert but a master who can teach!
What the hack
Submit your examples as pull-request to our exercises repository at https://github.com/coderdojo-wien/exercises.
An exercise should be self-contained, ie contain a description of the task and an exemplary solution (both as README in GitHub Markdown format, language preferable in German, but English is fine). Full source has to be attached. Look at C# - Schleifen / Loops, Scratch - Fledermaus / Bat escape or micro:bit - Hot Wire for a reference.
You can develop your exercise for the platform of your choice. How ever, the required development tools and runtime should be available for free. Preferable your example can be used on most modern PC platforms such as Linux, MacOS and Windows. Keep in mind that the audience of your example isn't an IT professional, but a kid ;-)
By submitting a pull-request to acknowledge that your submitted code is subject to the GNU GPL v3.
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