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Andrew Brixey
Computer Science primary school teacher. Code Clubs, codeCamps organiser. Teacher trainer. Scratch enthusiast!
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Andrew Brixey Jul 29
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Okay ... still here
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Andrew Brixey Jul 29
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Sorry Drew, but I’m heading out for a wander. Have fun and catch up soon. Andy
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Andrew Brixey Jul 29
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Poke!
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DigiCon Jul 25
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Andrew Brixey Jul 29
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I’m in JAVO having a coffee. Slightly brain dead this morning, but at least I will sleep on the plane :). Fancy coffe and a game?
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Chris Anderson Jul 28
It's time for schools to teach Python, not Java, as their main intro to computer science. Along with being easier to learn and *actually* able to run anywhere on anything (like Basic back in the day), it's the dominant language of AI and computer vision
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RΛMIN NΛSIBOV Jul 27
art and science
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Eric Schilling Jul 28
You can find all 128 Design Studios here. It's a treasure trove of project ideas!
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Andrew Brixey Jul 28
Hurrah! What wonderful news! Time to start saving up.
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Andrew Brixey Jul 28
The Radiohead light show tonight was incredible! I kept closing my eyes when the music swept me away, only to open them to yet more visual magic!
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TD Garden Jul 28
. rockin’ tonight (& tmrw night!) 🤟
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Andrew Brixey Jul 28
What an amazing way to end my time in Boston for - and I started the night at the TG Garden rocking out at the Radiohead gig, then stumbled into a live street concert celebrating Costa Rica Day and finished with drinks back at Rock Bottom!
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Scratch2015AMS Jul 28
Wanna have a sneak preview on what a conference in Nairobi could be, check out report on april2017 Scratch meetup Nairobi:
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Claude Terosier Jul 28
Harry’s Potter spells with voice recognition ! Wait for 3.0 speech extensions, coming soon !!! Great project by
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Jim Cash Jul 28
Love that the design/engineering team not only makes sure Scratch 3.0 works in the way you’d expect but also that it works in the many ways that kids use it by testing, for eg, how kids hack the JSON files in 2.0 & make sure those hacks still work in 3.0
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Eric Schilling Jul 28
The Scratcher -forever has a wonderful guide on creating MAP in .
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Steven Isaacs Jul 28
This morning’s keynote panel “Growing up with ” so great to have represented in such a meaningful way.
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Scratch2015AMS Jul 28
So what's all the fuzz about Checkout panel 11am at Not here? 3 hours to go at Join there and be part of the stitching revolution
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Andrew Brixey Jul 28
Replying to @digitalmaverick
Ah... I will wander sooner than that most likely.
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