Parents, two months of your child's school holiday has just been made easier

The holidays are long and parents are wondering how they can engage their children. With the advanced improvement of the technology industry, an initiative going under the name Brace Kids is here to help parents engage their kids with something positive over the long holiday.

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The technology sector is one of the fastest growing sectors in the world with the big organizations being tech companies. Programming, which is the most commonly used word in technology is the act of writing computer software. This is the highest paying job in the technology industry. Most programmers actually work from home and make great profits as they change the world.

It has however been noted that the very best developers started coding while they were young. This is the age group of 6-15 years. The likes of Mark Zuckerberg, Bill Gates, Elon Musk, etc. were introduced to computers and programming at a tender age. They have since become the icons of the technology world.

So, how do you engage your child this holiday? The answer is simple. Join the Brace Kids free initiative that will teach your child to become a software developer. The Nairobi boot camp has already started and registration is done at www.bracekids.com/nairobi-boot-camp . Brace Kids is targeting one million kids in Africa with the first boot camp happening in Nairobi. The training is free for all kids who can join the boot camp.

Brace Kids is taking kids of 7-17 years for the first boot camp that will go on for two months. The training will be comprehensive on how to create apps, games, websites, USSD systems and SMS systems. The Brace kids will form the next generation of tech experts.

You could give your kid a lifetime gift. Join the Brace Kids. Go to www.bracekids.com/nairobi-boot-camp

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