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The BBC micro:bit is a micro-controller / microcomputer aimed at getting a new generation of kids into coding and computing. This basic book is aimed at getting teachers, students and hobbyists up-and-running with the micro:bit and its associated web site(s), and with the help of this book you will: * Find out what the BBC micro:bit is, how it originated, and how to conn The BBC micro:bit is a micro-controller / microcomputer aimed at getting a new generation of kids into coding and computing. This basic book is aimed at getting teachers, students and hobbyists up-and-running with the micro:bit and its associated web site(s), and with the help of this book you will: * Find out what the BBC micro:bit is, how it originated, and how to connect it up to a personal computer or Android smartphone / tablet. * Discover the micro:bit programming possibilities and end-to-end programming process by coding a simple script using the Microsoft Block Editor, by taking a short journey into JavaScript, and by working through a Python programming primer. * Learn about conditional logic via the compass case study, and learn about variable values via the step counter case study. ...and more! CONTENTS ABOUT THE BOOK ABOUT THE AUTHOR 1 – ALL ABOUT THE BBC MICRO:BIT 2 – MAKING THE MICRO:BIT CONNECTION 3 – MICRO:BIT COMPUTER CODING QUICK-START 4 – A SHORT JOURNEY INTO JAVASCRIPT 5 – A PYTHON PRIMER 6 – WORKING WITH THE WEB SITE 7 – COMPASS CASE STUDY FOR CONDITIONAL LOGIC 8 –THE STEP COUNTER CASE STUDY FOR VARIABLE VALUES 9 – PIN PROGRAMMING CASE STUDY 10 – MAKING MUSIC WITH THE MICRO:BIT THAT’S ALL, FOLKS! www.microbitbasics.com


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The BBC micro:bit is a micro-controller / microcomputer aimed at getting a new generation of kids into coding and computing. This basic book is aimed at getting teachers, students and hobbyists up-and-running with the micro:bit and its associated web site(s), and with the help of this book you will: * Find out what the BBC micro:bit is, how it originated, and how to conn The BBC micro:bit is a micro-controller / microcomputer aimed at getting a new generation of kids into coding and computing. This basic book is aimed at getting teachers, students and hobbyists up-and-running with the micro:bit and its associated web site(s), and with the help of this book you will: * Find out what the BBC micro:bit is, how it originated, and how to connect it up to a personal computer or Android smartphone / tablet. * Discover the micro:bit programming possibilities and end-to-end programming process by coding a simple script using the Microsoft Block Editor, by taking a short journey into JavaScript, and by working through a Python programming primer. * Learn about conditional logic via the compass case study, and learn about variable values via the step counter case study. ...and more! CONTENTS ABOUT THE BOOK ABOUT THE AUTHOR 1 – ALL ABOUT THE BBC MICRO:BIT 2 – MAKING THE MICRO:BIT CONNECTION 3 – MICRO:BIT COMPUTER CODING QUICK-START 4 – A SHORT JOURNEY INTO JAVASCRIPT 5 – A PYTHON PRIMER 6 – WORKING WITH THE WEB SITE 7 – COMPASS CASE STUDY FOR CONDITIONAL LOGIC 8 –THE STEP COUNTER CASE STUDY FOR VARIABLE VALUES 9 – PIN PROGRAMMING CASE STUDY 10 – MAKING MUSIC WITH THE MICRO:BIT THAT’S ALL, FOLKS! www.microbitbasics.com

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