About Me

Hi! I’m Robbie, the founder and chief instructor at Kiddo Byte.

I have loved computer science since I was little. Looking back, making Scratch games with my Dad was the spark that ignited my curiosity for computer science as a whole.

I started Kiddo Byte to help light that spark for others, and share my love for computer science through fun, engaging courses.

At 16 years old I have gotten an internship in programming, helped code my team’s competitive robot, taken multiple computer science courses, and had fun the entire way.

Computer science qualifications: I know Scratch, Python, and Java. I have taken an online course to learn Python through MIT. I took AP Computer science principles sophomore year.

Leadership qualifications: I had an internship at MITRE through the Future Leaders Program, I co-founded my school’s Science Fair Club, and I am currently a Diller Teen Fellow.

I decided to offer our courses for free because all kids should have access to computer science, regardless of their ability to pay.

Robbie Khazan
Founder and Chief Instructor at Kiddo Byte
16 years old                                      Robbie@kiddobyte.org

About Me

Robbie Khazan
CEO and Chief Instructor at Kiddo Byte
                        16 years old                          Robbie@kiddobyte.org

Hi! I’m Robbie, the CEO and chief instructor at Kiddo Byte.

I have loved computer science since I was little. Looking back, making Scratch games with my Dad was the spark that ignited my curiosity for computer science as a whole.

I started Kiddo Byte to help light that spark for others, and share my love for computer science through fun, engaging courses.

At 16 years old I have gotten an internship in programming, helped code my team’s competitive robot, taken multiple computer science courses, and had fun the entire way.

Computer science qualifications: I know Scratch, Python, and Java. I have taken an online course to learn Python through MIT. I took AP Computer science principles sophomore year.

Leadership qualifications: I had an internship at MITRE through the Future Leaders Program, I co-founded my school’s Science Fair Club, and I am currently a Diller Teen After Fellow.

I decided to offer our courses for free because all kids should have access to computer science, regardless of their ability to pay.