This event will be an Official CoderDojo Event! The bonus of this being an official dojo event is that this will be Free! This has been made possible with many thanks to fundraising by the Rotary Club of Hadrian’s Wall. Tickets open 2 weeks before the event here: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/hexham-kids-coding-dojo-26th-january-2019-tickets-53264186616
This event will be an Official CoderDojo Event! The bonus of this being an official dojo event is that this will be Free! This has been made possible with many thanks to fundraising by the Rotary Club of Hadrian’s Wall.
https://projects.raspberrypi.org/en/projects/modern-art https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/CSS/CSS_Colors/Color_picker_tool I’ll be running a “Python table” (or two) for those wanting to move beyond scratch. Python is a real programming language, and is used everywhere! I’ll be selecting some of our regulars to give this a go – and newcomers are welcome to jump straight in to python too! Hope to see you … read more
Please note the revised times for this event !! From 10:00 to 11:30. It is the last event before the summer holidays.
We are running an official dojo this month. One week early to avoid the bank-holiday – and on a Sunday too just to change things up. Because it is an official dojo – we will be using the registration system on the codedojo site here: https://zen.coderdojo.com/dojos/gb/hexham/hexham-the-abbey Please sign up on the above site if you would … read more
This month we did morse code communicating micro-bits using the ‘radio’ feature. Here is Billy presenting the starting python code which he wrote. The plan was to have pairs of users share a unique channel. We had a bit of mayhem when the code was modified to broadcast on all channels. Luckily other our … read more
This month we’ll be taking a screen-break midway through out 2 hour session. We’ll be learning about sorting algorithms!
This month we welcomed a team of guides and their Lego Mindstorm. They were working to complete a series of tasks for a competition. Programming and engineering skills were needed all round. We also had some ‘open-world’ pac-man games, and zelda-style game and some minecrafting on ‘hour of code’.