Workshops

Fashioneering – Program your smart fashion piece

codebeenieCreate jewelry and program it to change according to your outfit of the day or a handbag with touch sensors and a siren to keep intruders away. Let’s design, make and code our personal fashion accessory.

Age: 8-14
Preferred group size: 4-8 students.
Price: Contact us for more information.

Also a birthday workshop.

Create, Learn and Play

bit-640_mediumWe’ll explore endless possibilities of innovative Micro:bit projects from micro pets to cool games learning basics of computer science along the way.

Age: 8-14
Preferred group size: 4-8 students.
Price: Contact us for more information.

Also a birthday workshop.

Design and Code Your Own Remote Control Sumobot

codegirl-640_medium1.jpgWe’ll assemble a bot body and customize it for a fight. We’ll program our bot to be remotely controlled.

Age: 11-14
Preferred group size: 4-8 students.
Price: Contact us for more information.

Also a birthday workshop.

Screen-free coding for pre-schoolers

Age-appropriate activities for the young ones to grasp computational thinking skills without screens.

Age: 4-5
Preferred group size: 4-8 students
Price: Contact us for more information.

Also a birthday workshop.

Learn Web Development

Let’s get you started with the Web!

With our help, you’ll be able to code websites with dynamic functionalities. You’ll be comfortable with the structure of a markup language, HTML, a language of style, CSS and a scripting language JavaScript.

For complete beginners.
Age: 14+, also adult groups
Preferred group size: 4-8 students.
Price: Fill in the contact form for more information.

If you want to learn with your friends, gather a group of 4 and contact us.

Become More Tech-savvy by Learning Command Line

Isn’t the command line the application where hackers type their commands to gain unauthorized access to everyone else’s data? Understanding the basics of the command line is essential if you desire to become a skilled developer, but it might feel a bit frightening at first.

This unit covers the basics of the Unix command line. The command line is your access point to your computer. Through it, you’ll be able to navigate the filesystem, create new directories and files,  run simple scripts and check and change the status of things.

Prerequisite:  general computer knowledge
Preferred group size: 4-8 students.
Price: Fill in the contact form for more information.