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CoderDojo is a global network of volunteer-led, independent, community-based, free programming clubs for young people. It was founded in Cork, Ireland, in 2011. Members, aged between seven and 17, learn how to write software code and to create websites, apps, programs and games. They become aware of how coding is a force for change in the world.

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This post showcases nearForm’s ability to deliver a complete system redesign in an extremely tight time frame.

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Epicurious is the go-to site for serious foodies. Part of the prestigious Condé Nast global media group, it offers recipes and expert advice from the world’s top chefs and A-list celebrities. It has a highly active visitor base, with 9.1 million unique visitors per month and 5.3 million followers on social media.

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This post demonstrates how nearForm’s consulting services help clients to maximize the performance of their existing systems.

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NET-A-PORTER is a pioneer in the e-commerce space. Since it launched in June 2000, it has established itself as one of the UK’s top online fashion brands. It attracts six million visitors to its portal each month, delivering a seamless shopping experience to them via mobile, tablet and desktop.

Visitors access NET-A-PORTER through an interactive website, a social shopping app and various online magazines, which help boost its audience.

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In this post, you’ll discover how nearForm helps companies to scale up their mobile applications.

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News UK is the owner of some of the UK’s leading media brands, including The Sunday Times, The Times and The Sun. It was looking for a technology partner that would help it take its mobile apps to the next level.

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nearForm is part of a new generation of electronic components that you can use like LEGO.

littleBits electronics is a New York-based startup that takes simple electronic components – like lights, speakers and switches – and plugs them together with magnets to create instant circuits that “just work”.

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