Type of audience: Infantil /Juvenil
Educación y Programas Públicos
11 am to 2 pm
Ages: 8 – 12
CoderDojo is a coding club for young people created in Ireland in 2011, aimed at teaching programming to children. Mentors, who come as volunteers, children and teenagers, who come for free, and organisations or institutions, which ofer a roomfor the meetings of the community.
Bonus track – Teleport yourself!
(Friday, 28th July)
Programming with Python on a Raspberry Pi is a powerful and fun way to modify Minecraft. With a few lines of code you can get control of the player and every block of the world minecraft.
Let’s get started using basic concepts with a high-level programming language. You will learn how to teleport the player to a new position on the map using variables and loops.
Mentors during the summer:
Alfredo Calosci. Architect and visual and interaction designer. Volunteer in the CoderDojo at MediaLab Prado.
Daniel Díez Mallo is student of Industrial and Automatic Electronic Engineering at the University of León, member of Hacendera Abierta and a regular volunteer at CoderDojo León-Cerezales.
Miguel Angel Llamas / @mxuser. Hacker and Maker, passionate about new technologies and defender of free hardware and software, teaching in the field of programming micro-computers, micro-controllers and computer security.
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