We still have our class running even on long weekend! 😉 And surprisingly, lots of kids showed up! 🙂
Farrel setup his own working space because he wanted to continue his project 😉
There were several threads going in the class today: Greenfoot intro, Greenfoot intermediate, Flappy Bird project, and also “The Vengeance Project” 😀
Roni worked hard today, he finished everything asked to be done! Yaaaay Roni! 😉
Aliyah added score and spawn methods to her code
We splited the screen in two: the left one is for the main class (the part Roni was working on) and the right side is for the Counter class (the part Aliyah was working on)
The asynchronous class worked just fine 😉
Reza did some debugging to his code and ready to inject the spawn method
Malik, the leader of Flappy Bird Project didn’t has just finished the Greenfoot version. He is also writing it in pure Java. This is the listing of the code, in Eclipse.
Binar was catching up with Greenfoot tutorials
And we had a newcomer! Muhammad 🙂 He had given a jumpstart to code with Greenfoot 🙂
Faris was getting ready to assist Muhammad 😉
Malik observing his code because he was given a task to help Kak Binar finding what’s wrong with her code 🙂
Oh, and we also had successfully install pip and Paramiko for “The Vengeance Project” 😀 We taught the kid how to use command prompt to install things and set the environment variables to make it work! 😉
Well this is the haven for our tribe, where we can get together, make friends and do things we like: solving problems with code 🙂
Binar looked so busy catching up after several weeks missing the class 🙂
After they got Paramiko installed, Azriel and Farrell now ready to continue the project
Reza switched his laptop so some files should be copied to keep him in track.
This captain is very busy doing multiple things 😀
This is the Greenfoot version of Malik’s Flappy Bird! Runs so smoothly like the real Flappy Bird!!!
Faris gave it a try. While Malik is very brilliant at coding, Faris is very brilliant in debugging. He found a bug in the code, and that is so impressive!!! They should work together as a team (like they always did) 🙂
Some screenshots: Malik’s FlappyBird in Greenfoot
The listing of the code in Greenfoot
And the listing of the code in java. Not yet finished and has reached 300 lines!
We’ll continue all we did today next week 🙂