Cambridge Centre for Computing History adds extra events to summer programme


12-08-2015

Due to unprecedented demand, the Cambridge Centre for Computing History has added added extra workshops and events to its summer programme, as well as being open seven days a week (10am to 5pm until Sunday 6th September).

 

Follow the links below to find out more and sign up:

An Introduction to Python Programming

Date: 12th August 2015

Do you have a Raspberry Pi but wondered how to write programs on it? Then this workshop is for you!  Read More »

Pi Power!

Date: 13th August 2015

Have you got a Raspberry Pi and want to to do more than just programming? Have you ever longed to create your very own robot? Well, this fun workshop is a great place to start!  Read More »

Game On: The Guided Tour!

Date: 14th August 2015

Video games have progressed from simple black and white pixelated play to immersive, filmic epics that rival any blockbuster movie.  

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Bitmap Brothers Vs Sensible Software

Date: 15th August 2015

This is a very special one off event.  Read More »

Computing History Tour!

Date: 17th August 2015

Here, at The Centre for Computing History, we try to integrate history with computer science and make it relevant and fun!  Read More »

Learn to Code

Date: 19th August 2015

Do you know what a computer programmer does? Ever wondered what coding is? Never written a program before? Then this workshop is for you!  Read More »

Build Your Own Adventure Game

Date: 20th August 2015

Twine is a brilliant online tool for constructing interactive stories.  Read More »

Game On: The Guided Tour!

Date: 21st August 2015

Video games have progressed from simple black and white pixelated play to immersive, filmic epics that rival any blockbuster movie.  

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Hackatron Hackathon

Date: 22nd August 2015

Come join us for our next hackathon 22nd August!  Read More »

Family Gaming Night

Date: 29th August 2015

An evening of video gaming that you won't forget!  Read More »

Computing History Tour!

Date: 31st August 2015

Here, at The Centre for Computing History, we try to integrate history with computer science and make it relevant and fun!  Read More »

Electronics Lab - Build A Pong Console

Date: 1st September 2015

Come and build yourself a Pong Console that you can take home and impress your friends!  Read More »

Hacking Minecraft

Date: 2nd September 2015

Want to learn how to write code and hack in Minecraft? Then this workshop is for you!  Read More »

Retro Video Game Night

Date: 25th September 2015

Retro Gaming Night is on again and this time it has an added dimension.  Read More »

 

The Centre for Computing History was established to create a permanent public exhibition that tells the story of the Information Age.

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