First lesson delivered using my RPi

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by antiloquax » Mon Jun 11, 2012 12:05 pm
I took my RPi into school today and used it to teach a programming lesson.
I plugged the rca output into a data-projector so the kids could see the screen.
We were working on a little Python program that makes a GUI version of the classic "Love-o-matic" app.
Some of the class were very impressed with the machine. Others laughed at my Lego case :shock:
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by liz » Tue Jun 12, 2012 11:13 pm
Love it!

There is a weird thing than happens when you hit puberty, where things you *really* like (Lego, comics, kittens) aren't admissible. You then get to about 18, discover postmodernism and dressing like a hipster, and all of a sudden you're allowed to like them again. They'll get over their unfortunate Lego bias in time.
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by antiloquax » Wed Jun 13, 2012 3:00 pm
:) Thanks Liz.
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