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28 February 2013

ShipServ plays host to Ibstock Place School

ShipServ welcomed 23 children and three teachers from Ibstock Place School to our London offices on Thursday to experience a day in the life of a computer programmer.

The day started with a speech from Paul Ostergaard, the founder and CEO of ShipServ, which covered his love for computers since an early age and how this helped him in his future career.

Paul Ostergaard, CEO of ShipServ presents the robot to Julie Newton, Head of ICT at Ibstock Place School.


The highlight of the day was the Robot Programming Competition, where the children split into four teams.Each team was led by one of ShipServ’s experienced developers, who helped them programme the behaviour of a Lego Mindstorms robot.

To find out more about the Computer Programming day, click here to visit a website that was created with the help of the pupils.