Code made real with the Clicbot

Everybody – and I mean everybody – seems to want to have a robot. I remember all manner of them growing up in the 80s (some were barely even good as toys, let alone as tools), and now there are all sorts of angles being presented framing these toys in a much more educational light. One of the latest to hit the scene is the Clicbot.

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Your data is yours, and should move with you

At least, that’s what I think. And wouldn’t you know, the Data Transfer Project agrees. In my day-to-day, I would be considered a Data Professional, but there data transfer means something totally different. I mean, sure, the Data Transfer Project is an ETL (extract-transform-load) of sorts, just not in a traditional, data pipeline sense of the word.

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Learn some practical – and fun – coding with the pi-top[4]

If you want to learn coding, there are any number of ways to go about it. Pick up a book, find a class, or even take courses online. However, if you find yourself craving a more practical – or even fun – application of the code you write, then your choices are a bit more limited, in terms of pre-built kits to help you along the path. There’s one going on Kickstarter right now that may be of interest to you, the pi-top[4].

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