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COMMENTBy Giles Broadbent
Canary Wharf Group sponsors a coding club network across Tower Hamlets.
This nationwide network of volunteer after-school clubs aims to let children rip the screen off their computers and tablets and let them rummage around with the gubbins inside.
Tower Hamlets youngsters could soon be one step ahead in the digital skills sector after Canary Wharf Group pledged its financial support to an after-school coding scheme.
Code Club will allow children to make technology as well as to use it in 75 per cent of primary schools in the borough during its initial year.
In a central London office the makers of one of the most popular games of the digital age, Candy Crush Saga, are busy devising more ways of attracting the attention of the Facebook generation.
BBC technology reporter Kate Russell is among a host of leading names speaking at a conference celebrating women in the digital industry.
The session, open to men and women, will take place on November 26 at Canary Wharf's tech hub, Level 39.
Canary Wharf Group will be inviting the public to see behind the scenes of the estate on Saturday.
As part of Open House London, the Crossrail station and Level39 technology accelerator space will be open for viewing. Staff will also be taking people around to look at the public art collection on the estate.