The official (and best) place to find out about individual CoderDojos is the list at https://zen.coderdojo.com/dojo which has a complete page for each dojo in Ireland. The information there is likely to be more complete and more up to date than on this page. In particular, it is likely to list more CoderDojos in Dublin than are shown here.
Dojos are staffed by volunteers and are free. To get a ticket for a dojo, follow the link to booking details. There you will find out about the next session and ticket availability.
1pm to 4pm
12am to 1:45pm and
2pm to 4pm
|SWICN D8||Monday’s 3:45 – 5:00 for 8 to 12 year olds
Wednesday’s 5:00 – 6:30 for 13 to 18 year olds
2:30pm to 4:30pm
10am to 12pm
6.30pm to 8.30pm
|Donabate (Portrane Community Centre)||Every second Saturday,
2pm to 4pm
6pm to 8pm
1pm to 4pm
10am to 1pm
|(In start-up mode)|
Dojos are for children between 8 and 18 year olds, with most being between 10 and 15. You can find out what is on offer each week from the booking details and look at the descriptions of what has been on offer in past weeks.. Some dojos give priority tickets to parents who mentor in the dojo or whose children do.
Tickets will show as ‘no tickets available’ before any have been issued and ‘sold out’ after all have gone.
To ask questions, to keep up to date on what is going on in these dojos, special events, advance warning of changes to dates and so on, subscribe to the e-mail in the CodrDojo-Dublin Google Group
Science Gallery (Derek Conniffe):
Tickets come out on the Monday before a dojo usually at about 7pm. We aim to have 50 tickets, 30 tickets for Scratch, a language in which beginners can quickly learn to make simple animations and games and 20 tickets for project work, which may include following an online course.
DCU (Noel King):
We usually have around 70 tickets. We do web development and advanced programming projects.
SWICN (Gina Brocker):
Ar the time of writing (Oct 2014) operating without need for tickets. Please check on the theclubhouse.ie website to see if that is still so.
Bray (Liam Friel):
We usually have 100 tickets. We do Scratch, Web Development, and some more advanced hardware-based work using Raspberry Pi and Arduinos.
ITB (Larry O’Brien):
We usually have 70 tickets.
Dun Laoghaire (Sandra Maguire):
We started up in January 2013 and usually have 50 tickets.
Donabate (Eoin Ryan):
Basic and Intermediate Scratch available along with Java and Python. We would normally offer about 55-60 tickets. We started in September 2014.
Croke Park (unknown):
We are running on a trial basis with about 20 tickets. We started in February 2013.
Malahide (Anton Shihoff):
We run alternate Saturdays and usually have about 100 tickets. We started in October 2012.
Zurich Insurance (Lisa Mitchell):
We are running on a trial basis with about 20 tickets. We started in January 2013.