C++ for Beginners
Time：Sunday April 12th， 1pm－3pm
This class will be for those with little to no programming experience to start learning the C++ programming language. It will be taught by Sean Purser-Haskell, a former Google engineer and expert C++ programmer.
The class will use visual tools in order to better engage students and convey the effects of their programs. The first two-hour session will introduce the Microsoft Visual C++ development environment and then teach basic control flow using integers.
Requirements: Must be at least 13 years old, proficient in English, and bring a laptop with Windows 7 or higher installed.
Preparation: Students must install Visual C++ Express 2013 on their laptops prior to coming to class. It can be downloaded for free under “Express 2013 for Windows Desktop” here: https://www.visualstudio.com/en-us/products/visual-studio-express-vs.aspx
C++ for Beginners
Time: April 18, 10am – 12pm.
Address: 1555 Middle Huaihai Road, F3 of Shanghai Library.
Fee: 200 RMB includes hand watered hydroponic system, watering bottle/spray, nutrients。
If you know nothing about growing plants or what hydroponics is, this workshop is for you. This workshop will cover basic plant growing and hydroponic techniques that will allow you to understand and maintain one of the most basic hydroponic system types (hand watered container) with some of the lowest maintenance and resilient edible plants available.
You will also learn how to assemble a basic hand watered container hydroponic system, and how to transplant seedlings into the system. At the end of the workshop, you will leave with a functioning hydroponic system with live plants and the knowledge to keep them alive. After that, all you will need for success is patience and motivation!
Every Sunday 10am – 12am for 10 weeks, starting from April 5th, XinCheJian will be hosting serial Arduino level 4 workshop. This is the first time ever in XinCheJian to run Level 4 Arduino workshop.
As many new makers are trying to figure out their way through all possibilities with Arduino, the majority may have only attended one or two introduction sessions to Arduino and afterwards never get the chance to continue playing with all the electronic parts and start doing fun projects. Many may have put their Arduino starter kits up on the shelf to collect dust. It that’s what’s happening with your Arduino kits, that would be too bad and now comes your chance to pick them up again and really get to understand everything about Arduino.
This serial Arduino workshop will include all parts in the starter kits. As participants finish playing with these parts, some fun projects will be introduced to the workshop. This is a workshop that will inspire you to create and make!