Moonhack 2020 has wrapped! A total of 34,170 kids coded with us this week!!
While we’re working and learning from home, Moonhack really reminded us that we have a wonderful community all across the world!
Big thanks to our Moonhack 2020 partners:
- Young Change Agents — creators of the Design Thinking Project
- Rami from Space Australia — who inspired the Space Clean Up Project, and taught us all about space junk in our Virtual Club (catch up here)
- And of course, our wonderful partners at the Telstra Foundation
We’re so proud of all of you. We hope that you had a wonderful time coding these planet-saving projects! You’re part of an international community of coders!
Here’s all the stats from Moonhack 2020!
34,170 kids coded during Moonhack 2020
An increase of 10,000 kids from 2019!
We had 6 coding projects, translated into 11 languages! (the most translations we’ve ever had!) Big thanks to Atlassian, Code Clubs around the world including Brasil, Croatia, Ukraine, India and Luxembourg, Coder Dojo Japan and Phandeeyar Foundation in Myanmar for all your help translating!
48% of worldwide participants were girls
51% of total participants were in Australia, that’s 17655.
70 countries were represented, including Albania. Malawi, Sri Lanka, Canada and more! That’s 10 more countries than last year!
The biggest group that participated was in Queensland! Shout out to Goodna State School, who have also participated every year!!!