No matter their background, age, or interest, eleven-year-old Timothy Amadi wants kids everywhere to know one thing: Everyone can code. Including kids. Timothy should know––he started coding when he was just 6 years old and he's been empowering kids ever since.
Timothy believes coding is the global language in today’s digital world, and kids need to communicate through this language. He wants kids to help with identifying challenges and building solutions to problems around the home, school, and community through code.
Timothy is always happy whenever invited by schools and clubs to engage boys and girls in finding solutions through code.
When he's not coding, Timothy loves to play ping-pong with his two older brothers, Eugene and Daniel. He also plays the xylophone and piano.
Connect with Timothy at www.bugzero.codes