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Code schools are considered a key part of developing a local tech economy. Students at a code school can develop programming skills without investing in a full college education. But they aren’t necessarily cheap; The Iron Yard’s 12-week program costs $10,000.
This prototype iPad app provides walk-through instructions for creating a simple circuit on a bread board. Once the circuit is made, parts in the video feed can be touched to show extra information, such as pin outs and important specs. For testing or diagnosis, net information showing which pins are at which voltage can be overlayed.
The unique skill and taste of an Instrument Maker is what sets the stage for great music. Any object that makes sound can be an instrument, but true music starts with expert design and craftsmanship. Before Miles Davis could play his trumpet, there was a Maker who built his sonic tool.
I grew up loving learning and hating school. We have limited our imaginations so much, and our education system has limited how we develop imaginative and innovative thinking. It’s not a matter of making education game-like. The term “edutainment” is like “dinner theater” – while I love dinner, and I love theater, put them together and it’s not really a great dinner and it’s not great theater either. You should be able to combine the two to make it more than the sum of the parts.
Where can you find some of the most passionate, open, outgoing, and collaborative people on the planet? What is my favorite International happening? Where will I be getting my hands dirty with source code, teaching workshops, taking tons of photos and shaking o-so-many hands?
UPDATE: This training has been rescheduled for October 13-15th.
At the end of this month, I'll be presenting a 3-day long intensive Drupal workshop intended for themers, graphic designers, front-end developers, UX people, or whatever combination of those words you use to describe yourself.