Your family has built a couple of EEME electronics projects. Take your understanding of how electronics works, and graduate to learning and writing Python code to control the circuitry.
As with all EEME projects, you will still learn and build in a hands-on manner, with our lesson curricula, but now you will do so with Python code!
Prerequisites / what you need:
1 Don't have the parts from your electronics projects? Email us and we'll set you up for replacement parts.
2 Our browser-based coding application only runs on the latest Google Chrome for desktops/laptops on any OS (not tablets/iPads, or smartphones).
Q: How does your coding curriculum work?
A: Your family will learn the Python programming language to write code for the small computer board included in this base kit to control LEDs, buzzers, transistors, displays, and much more. This type of coding is effectively how the functionality in the modern day car, mobile phone, smart-appliance works.
Q: What is the Python programming language? Why Python?
Q: Do we need any special to do the coding exercises?
A: Our entire coding application runs in a Google Chrome browser page. But you will need to be using Google Chrome (other browsers don't fully support the web technologies we need for our coding app).
Q: Can we see a sample Python coding curriculum?
A: As with all our curricula, they are freely accessible. If you already have created a free account, simple go check out this EEME Python coding lesson (remember, you will need to use a Google Chrome browser).
Q: We don't have the parts to the electronics kits anymore, what can we do?
A: Email us and we set you up with replacement parts.