In Ireland we do not have a “ready steady” amber light. We have just a warning to get ready to stop. This is an Northern Ireland traffic lights sequence.
It was very noisy at the dojo today. Everyone was excited because we tried something new. It turned into a race with some groups but they made lots of mistakes. My group took our time.
It is European Code Week 2018 and some of us in the dojo are going to try to move from Scratch to Python. First we had to download MU from the internet. MU is a really simple Python editor for beginner coders. The Raspberry Pi group go about things slightly different but it works the same.
Our mentor handed gave each group a cheat sheet to make things a bit easier. The biggest delay was the MU download because everyone was doing it at the same time. Our mentor said he will have MU on a USB key for the next dojo.
Python is very tricky because if you forget to hold down the SHIFT key you get a ; instead of : and then you get an error. My coding buddy spotted the mistake.
Typing in text for Python is very sloooooow. Scratch is fast!