Event Title

Raspberry Pi and Programming for Non-Programmers

Presenter Information

Erika Rydberg

Abstract

In this session students will learn about Raspberry Pis (small powerful computers!) They will learn how to Program a light to turn on and off using Python. We'll talk about code, and hopefully bring in some offline learning to help participants figure out how coding works. As this workshop leader has only have three working Raspberry Pi kits, and personal additional equipment, this workshop is limited to 3-6 people due to equipment restrictions (2 people partnered).

Session Type

Faculty & Staff

Presentation Type

Event

Location

Lamson Library: Open Lab 031

Start Date

8-16-2018 10:15 AM

End Date

8-16-2018 11:15 AM

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Raspberry Pi and Programming for Non-Programmers

Lamson Library: Open Lab 031

In this session students will learn about Raspberry Pis (small powerful computers!) They will learn how to Program a light to turn on and off using Python. We'll talk about code, and hopefully bring in some offline learning to help participants figure out how coding works. As this workshop leader has only have three working Raspberry Pi kits, and personal additional equipment, this workshop is limited to 3-6 people due to equipment restrictions (2 people partnered).