"Making games is more fun than playing" - argue the initiators of the social campaign "programuj.gov.pl", which has launched in Warsaw. Its aim is to encourage young people and their parents to engage in programming.
"Programuj.gov.pl" is a joint initiative of the Ministry of Science and Higher Education, Ministry of Digital Affairs, Industrial Development Agency and the National Centre for Research and Development, carried out in cooperation with the Warsaw Film School. Within its framework, two spots prepared to encourage programming have been made available on the website: http://programuj.gov.pl/
"We have every reason to believe that the video industry games will become our national specialisation. Firstly, we have great staff, and secondly a huge commercial success in the market - I am thinking particularly of The Witcher. And thirdly there is a broader, global context, that is, the dynamic development of the games industry. We just have to increase the scalability of the domestic market. Hence the idea to launch a social campaign, encouraging to learn coding, with the motto +Making games is more fun than playing+"- said Deputy Prime Minister, Minister of Science and Higher Education Jarosław Gowin.