Category Archives: Open Source

CoderDojo Belgium

CoderDojo arrive à Bruxelles le 25 Septembre de 14h à 17h

Enfants inscrits en maternelle qui apprennent l'informatique. credits http://www.jsums.edu/education/

Enfants inscrits en maternelle qui apprennent l’informatique. credits http://www.jsums.edu/education/

As-tu entre 7 et 18 ans?

Aimes-tu l’informatique, les jeux vidéo? Veux-tu apprendre à programmer?

Alors CoderDojo est pour toi, enregistre toi gratuitement pour notre prochain événement en cliquant sur ce lien!

Viens et apprends tout sur la manière de concevoir un site internet, des jeux vidéo; Ensuite, entraine toi tout seul à la maison et partage ton travail à ta famille, tes amis et ton professeur!
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CoderDojo Belgium

CoderDojo arrives to Brussels, 25 September from 2pm to 5pm

Kindergarten children learning how to use computers. credits http://www.jsums.edu/education/

Kindergarten children learning how to use computers. credits http://www.jsums.edu/education/

Are you over 7 and under 18?

Do you like computers, games? Do you want to learn programming?

Then CoderDojo all for you, register for our next event in Brussels by clicking here!

Come and learn all about websites, games, apps and software; then, go immediately get to work.
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PiCloud Is A Model Cloud Made Of Raspberry Pi & LEGO For Teaching Students About Web Platforms

Teaching technologies to children …

TechCrunch

Is there aught the Raspberry Pi can’t do? Here’s another interesting implementation of the $35 microcromputer — or rather a stack of 56 Pis, linked together to form what its creators have called PiCloud, using LEGO bricks as bespoke racks for the Pi stacks. (Not the first time we’ve seen Pi paired with LEGO either.)

The project comes out of the University of Glasgow’s School of Computing Science, and is intended as a teaching aid so students can hack around with a model cloud platform and play with techs like virtualisation to learn about the infrastructure underpinning services like Amazon’s AWS.

The 56 Raspberry Pis in PiCloud are stacked in four mini Lego racks, each topped off with a top-of-rack-switch which has 16 Ethernet connections: 14 used to network the Pis and the other two for connecting the switches. At the software stack layer of PiCloud, each Pi board is running Raspbian…

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Eclipse not working on MAC OSX – No java virtual machine was found

Do you receive this message?

A Java Runtime Environment (JRE) or Java Development Kit (JDK) must be available in order to run Eclipse

No Java virtual machine was found after searching the following location

Home/jre/bin/java
Java in your current PATH

Eclipse not working on MAC OSX – No java virtual machine was found

Eclipse not working on MAC OSX – No java virtual machine was found

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