Have you built something with Arduino or Processing? Know how to find what you need to get a project working – you’re a queen of copy&paste – but wish you knew more about programming?
This short course will introduce the basics of computer programming, but it won’t be a stuffy computer science lecture. It will be a series of interactive sessions teaching programming by example. This course is only open to women.
The type of questions we’ll cover include:
- Why do we need to compile code?
- What’s the difference between compiling and loading?
- Why are there ints, floats and chars?
- I’ve just downloaded some sample code, how do I understand what it’s doing?
You’ll also be able to bring in some code you just don’t understand and we can all work it out together!
When & Where
All sessions will be 7pm-9pm on Mondays the 14, 21 and 28 March at SPACE.
The short course costs £60 (for 3 x 2 hour sessions). You can register by clicking here.
This short course will be taught by Becky Stewart. Becky is a researcher with the Centre for Digital Music at Queen Mary, University of London where she recently completed her PhD in the School of Electronic Engineering and Computer Science.