AppJamming Summit 2019 Workshop: Build Your Own App!
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AppJamming Summit 2019 Workshop: Build Your Own App!

Workshop | Multiple Days (See Below)

5/F, Gee Tuck Building, 16-20 Bonham Strand, Sheung Wan, Hong Kong

Suitable Age: 8-16

Planning a whole new experience for your child? Looking for a stage for your child to shine on stage? Get them to experience competing in AppJamming Summit 2019

Anyone who is 8-16 years old and has a passion for app development is welcome to submit your own app and participate in AJS for the chance to win a sponsored trip to MIT AppInventor Summit in Boston, USA!


AppJamming Summit (AJS) is an international app design competition for young app developers across the World to showcase their talents and creativity. 

AJS was created with the vision to encourage more young people to become Creators of Technology. Started in 2014, the event has built a community of young coders equipped with programming and presentation skills. Over the past 5 years, AJS has engaged over 400+ students across the World and has become a movement in Shaping Future Creators. 

For more details on AppJamming Summit, please visit our website at


No worries if you are new to coding or AppInventor! Join AJS Workshop to learn how to create and build your own mobile apps for Android! 

After this workshop, students would

  • Learn basic computer programming, algorithms, and basic logic controls 
  • Learn the skills to build a mobile app with AppInventor
  • Create and complete a mobile app 
  • Be prepared to join AppJamming Summit


Sheung Wan Campus
Date: Nov 17, 10:45-12:15 (Saturday) | Dec 1, 16:30-18:00 | Dec 29, 11:00-12:30 | Jan 26, 16:30-18:00 (Saturday)
Location: 5/F, Gee Tuck Building, 16-20 Bonham Strand, Sheung Wan, Hong Kong

Yau Ma Tei Campus
Jan 12, 16:30-18:00 (Saturday)
Location: Unit 404, 4/F, Kowloon Building,555 Nathan Road, Yau Ma Tei, Kowloon, Hong Kong

Suitable Age: 8 - 16 years old

What to bring: 
A laptop (PC/Mac) with a charger, a Gmail account, and a mindset to create and experiment :)