I’ve had a Raspberry Pi now for almost 2 years, and in all honesty, I haven’t really done much with it. I bought the Pi because it was advertised as helping people (ok, children, but who cares) learn how to code, but when I first […]
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Last week I attended the WordPress for Beginners course at MadLab. The course is taught by none other than the co-founder himself, Mike Little! I think it’s pretty obvious from this that you’re unlikely to find a better tutor, but none the less I went into […]
Last week my CodeBug with electronics and wearables kit Kickstarter finally arrived! After my failed attempt at getting into electronics using the Arduino, I thought that maybe the CodeBug, with programming based in Blockly, would allow me to pick up basic concepts without having to […]
As part of my job, we sometimes create and implement workshops for children or disadvantaged adults in the Greater Manchester Area. This Summer I’ve been tasked with creating a workshop to engage children with code. Today I have created a simple ‘Flappy Bird’ style Scratch […]
My second python project I absolutely love, working through Python Programming with Minecraft Pi was super fun, and combining it with Codecademy Pythin chapters was great for consolidating the skills I had learnt.
For my first python project I tried out Minecraft Pi, and I really liked the Hide and Seek game, although I didn’t feel like I was learning, so much as copying code.
This Christmas I decided to go on the hunt for some Python projects to try out with my Raspberry Pi and Arduino, and here are the projects I found.
CodeUp Manchester is essentially a Code Club for adults, where once a month, anyone wanting to learn how to code can come and get advise and support.
Programming for Everyone is a free online course to help you learn how to code in Python, and with the amazing Dr Chuck at the helm, you’ll be taught all you need to know!