Following February’s sold out Introduction to Hacking workshops at the Brighton Science Festival, we’ve been invited back for October’s installment! That’s likely to be the Thursday 25th and Friday 26th of the October half term.
Keep an eye here for booking information – we’ll be releasing tickets as soon as the BSF programme is finalised. You’ll need to be quick – February’s 48 tickets sold out within a week or so!
Any comments or suggestions, let me know!
Look at the lovely things you can do with code! (Press the result button)
See the Pen Glass Galaxies by Ben Matthews (@tsuhre) on CodePen.
Hello to all of you who joined us for a great couple of days hacking and coding at this year’s Brighton Science Festival last week. Apologies to everyone who missed out. Next year we’ll try and put more workshops on.
There were lots of questions about how to continue the work we started in the workshops at home. We recommended the book Adventures in Minecraft
All the activities we did last week are based on exercises in the book and it also explains how you can set things up on a PC or Mac. Go and grab one!
If you’d like to continue the work you started at our workshops by buying all the kit (it’s actually very cheap), we’ve made a kit list page with easy links to all the equipment we like. Plus, if you buy using the links, you’ll be supporting us financially, which means we can carry on introducing coding to more people!
A lot of you asked to take away the worksheets, but of course we needed them for the following workshops. So, here they are for you to download.
Worksheet – intro
If any of you have any feedback or comments for us, please pop them in the comments section below.