Linda is a bright new voice on global technology education policy. With her Hello Ruby books and philosophy she brings a Nordic playful perspective to the sometimes serious world of computer science. What else is there to technology education than "Learn to code"? What do Japanese, middle-eastern and Nordic parents gave in common when it comes to raising digital natives? If computer code is the Lego block of our time – a tool of creation – how do we teach curiosity, joy, and wonder to our kids? ◦ Hello Ruby is an award winning brand building the world’s most whimsical way to learn about technology, computers and programming. In a more and more technical world we need to make STE(A)M education more approachable, more colourful and more diverse. ◦ Series of 4 books on coding, computers, Internet and machine learning - for six year olds! ◦ Started with a Kickstarter project that raised over 380 000 dollars in 2014. ◦ Translated into 25 languages, sold in hundreds of thousands ◦ Linda is a well-loved speaker around the world on technology, creativity and education. Her educational clients include New York Department of Education and SF uNified Public School District (US), City of Stockholm (SWE), KOFAC (KR), DIDDATTICHE (IT), International Schools (Mexico), Victoria Department of Education (AU), Computing at School (UK), City of Tokyo (JP) and many others.