BBC MicroBits: Programming Made Fun Again — Matt Aimonetti

June 6, 2017
Slides: https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1F6hxM-iK6a5eFvEnb5DSM_h-FtrJjP4Mcatm2THuKEk/edit#slide=id.gc6f90357f_0_0 Matt talks about the past and present of teaching kids (and adults) to code. He shows the BBC MicroBit, a new small factor microprocessor board that features USB, bluetooth, a compass, an accelerometer, and a 25 LED array. Speaker: Matt Aimonetti, Co-Founder & CTO, splice.com
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