Due to my background, providing opportunities for prisoners is something I’m keen on. There are a lot of potential entrepreneurs in there.
I’m currently working on something around teaching prisoners skills relevant to the digital economy but was struggling for a name for the CIC we’re setting up. So I asked Twitter.
Get your punning hats on please.
Name for an organisation teaching programming to prisoners.
"Bar(s)Code" is best I can come up with.
— DUΛПΞ JΛCΚSOП (@DuaneJackson) August 18, 2016
The responses were too brilliant to not list here, so here we go:
All from the human punning machine that is Ben Southworth:
Array of hope
git push release
Her Majesty’s Programmers
Porridge and Pixels
Hope in Code
Alex Bainbridge: CoolerCode
Marcus Greenwood: TechBars, Commiting Changes
Matt Springbett: Code’n Cons, Porridge Logic, Jailhouse Coders
The First Million: Prison <br/>
Sam Sargent: The Great \
James Sherwin-Smith: CodeVicts
Alex van Someren: Achievement Unlocked
Andy Young wanted to make sure they’d be building “a REST API”
And finally the utterly brilliant On Her Majesty’s Secret Servers offered by Matt Springbett.