I met 10-year-old Keegan back in February, at the first event for kids that I organized as part of my current gig with the Mozilla Foundation. His aunt is Vicki Saunders, someone I’ve known (and admired) for many months now. I’ve seen Keegan a few times since then – at the Hive Pop-Up in June, and then again today, at the Intro to Webmaking workshop that I’m running.
He just showed me his new website: nerdswithglasses.com, which is full of “Guides for Geeks” aka. tutorials for people who want to learn to code (or maybe do other things, too). So far, he has a Python tutorial + video, a clock background tutorial + video, and a lesson on creating an HTML web page. Currently, he’s writing a post called “Spreading the HTML Gospel” about today’s workshop.
Seeing this kind of thing makes everything that I do totally worth it. Keegan – you’re a rockstar. Keep it up!
UPDATE: If you’d like to get in touch with Keegan or compliment him on his excellent website, you can contact him at info [at] nerdswithglasses.com.