My presentation for the micro:bit Live! conference in Manchester can be found here. Thanks to everyone that attended!
I’m delighted to be able to offer a new workshop for 2019 – Electronic music (using Sonic Pi). For those of you not familiar with Sonic Pi, it is a code based music creation and performance tool, which enables the user to quickly develop engaging musical content. Whilst children can use the tool to develop Read more about Electronic music workshops (using Sonic Pi) now available[…]
Now work has quietened down slightly for the academic year, I’ve had a chance to play with the Beta version of Scratch 3.0, which can be found at https://preview.scratch.mit.edu/ The interface feels much cleaner and more in line with other block based programming environments, such as the Tickle app. However, the area I’m most interested in Read more about Scratch 3.0 and the micro:bit[…]
I’ve had a quick play with the BBC micro:bit app for iOS, which, on first impressions seems to work well. Unfortunately, unlike the Android app, the iOS app is simply a way of transferring programs onto the micro:bit and does not allow the micro:bit to interact with the phone at this stage. For example, on the Read more about Hands on with the BBC micro:bit iOS app[…]