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  1. Code Em Fall 2016


    Day One

    9/13/2016
    Code Em started with icebreaker introductions. Tell the class three truths and a false statement about yourself, including the instructors! Everyone was asked to share their experience with computer science and programming.

    Objectives

    To assess varying levels in computer science, we started a discussion on ...

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  2. Homeschool Computer Science and Programming Fall 2016

    Day One

    9/13/2016
    The Homeschool Computer Science and Programming started with icebreaker introductions. Tell the class three truths and a false statement about yourself, including the instructors! Everyone was asked to share their experience with programming and computer science.

    Objectives

    The class is filled with new faces as ...

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  3. GitHub Part One


    Sign Up for GitHub!

    "GitHub is a code hosting platform for version control and collaboration. It lets you and others work together on projects from anywhere." 1

    Step 1

    Start up your web browser and go to https://github.com/
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    Step 2

    Create an account (You must have an email ...

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  4. GitHub Part Two


    Using GitHub Desktop

    So, you've just downloaded/cloned the "folder" code_em (or wems ase) onto your computer. Now you have a 'local' repository named code_em. In other words, you have a folder on your computer saved as code_em (wems ase), in the location where you chose to have it ...

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  5. Create Em Fall 2016

    Day One

    9/14/2016

    Intro to Raspberry Pi

    Create Em started out with discussions on objectives, or desired projects. Since the Raspberry Pi is so versatile, allows for easy manipulation, and provides a mecca for machine learning, we will be completing a slew of projects with this device.

    The ...

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  6. Hardcore Programming Camp Summer 2016

    Summer 2016 Hardcore Programming Camp

    The camp started with discussions on coding experience.. and hacking of course! This included their own written programs, refining programs, programming languages they are learning or use most and game design.

    Campers started on the iPads using Pythonista, an app that provides an evironemnt for ...

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