We’re rolling traditional dice into the 21st century. At this half-term coding workshop, our spy kids will create an anti-cheat game-playing network. They’ll use tiny programmable computers called Micro:bits and the language of Python to create an electronic die. Thanks to a cool bit of tech, with a shake of the Micro:bit everyone will get to see the roll – so there’s no cheating… or is there?
PLEASE NOTE: This session is a repeat of a Creative Computing Club from 2018.
9-12 year olds sessions must be accompanied by an adult.
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We recommend beginners come along to the 10am session and those who have been coming to our clubs for a little while or have some knowledge already to come to the 12.30pm session.
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The Discovery Zone
The Basement, Oxford Centre For Innovation, Oxford, Oxfordshire, OX1 1BY