ProCodeCG – 1 Day IoT Workshop – INIXINDO – 29 March 2018

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It is a great honor today for ProCodeCG to be invited to give a workshop about IoT to one of the most prominent training center in Indonesia: INIXINDO 🙂

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Preparation before the class

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The stuff

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The presentation

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The class

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Some screenshots of what we learned today

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A great day with great persons! 🙂

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Wishing to be able to collaborate with INIXINDO again very soon 🙂 Thanks so much for having us 😉

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ProCodeCG Kids Regular Coding Class – Arduino/ESPectro Programming and Open Topics – 20 Jan 2018

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Our Saturday coding class 🙂

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Cinta started to explore Python libraries for games

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Faris helped Cinta to install and test PyGame

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The code

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Cinta is aiming to create something like this 🙂

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Awa was given another project 🙂

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to connect Minecraft to Arduino

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we tried several ways but nothing worked

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Neither this one 😦 We’re going to figure it out next time

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Ain was given a task to collaborate with Awa. Ain should create the structures in Minecraft while Awa connect it to the hardware in the real world

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Too bad it didn’t work yet so Ain continued his projects in Minecraft by creating more complex structures using Red Stone

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Vian was still so interested in Minecraft Command Block

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A tool to create command blocks

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And we also had Danen 🙂

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continuing his next game, Racing Car 🙂

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Under the supervision of Capt. Azriel (blue jacket)

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The game is almost done 🙂 Danen will finish it next week 🙂

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Nafis was really busy doing a project for school: running text on a LCD

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Capt. Azriel made sure he type every single line, because you had to type to code 😀

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Al’s TLauncher needed to be updated so it took a while before he can start. Al learned more about looping and how to add different blocks in different colors in Minecraft with JavaScript

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Ozan was still debugging his work, using Nafis’ code just to find out if it work

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Capt. Faris continued our TensorFlow research

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While also helping other kids

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and exchanging ideas with Jundy 🙂

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So much ideas and collaboration today 🙂 Can’t wait until next week 🙂

 

 

 

 

 

 

ProCodeCG Kids Regular Coding Class – Arduino/ESPectro Programming – 9 Dec 2017

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This is what our Saturdays made of 🙂

Captains preparing the class 🙂 ProCodeCG doesn’t hire programmers. We raise them 🙂

These are (from left to right): Ain (going to start his first Captain duty on coding camp next week), Capt. Azriel, Tiga (Ain’s little brother) and Capt. Awa 🙂

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Thanks so much for preparing the class 🙂 :*

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Capt. Awa is in the middle of his project: building a radar system for navigation 🙂

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He was going to disassemble an AroX robot and took some parts of it for his project

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We’re going to use ultrasonic sensors and servo

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And some codes, of course

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Awa’s workplace 😀

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After watching some tutorials, we decided to disassembly a microservo and modify it to be able to rotate 360 degrees continously

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We had to cut something out of these gears

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and put them altogether again

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Well, this requires lots of patience and hard work 😉

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Ozan was still investigating why the ultrasonic counter wouldn’t work with LCD

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We’ve tried many configurations and codes

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Even changed the LCD because this one wouldn’t turn on

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There are days when things are so frustrating but we will keep working on it, yes Ozan? 😀

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Even if we have to start all over again from the beginning 😀

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The class

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And a little coding mom reunion 🙂

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It was such a perfect Saturday 🙂 Can’t wait to continue our research again next Saturday 🙂

 

 

 

 

 

 

ProCodeCG Kids Regular Coding Class – Arduino/ESPectro Programming – 2 Dec 2017

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Hello hello!

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Today we had three kids working on Arduino/ESPectro 🙂

Yes, Capt. Awa and his toolbox is back 😀

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Awa was planning to work on his radar project 🙂

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While Ozan needed to install libraries and drivers for ESPectro because he was using different laptop 🙂 But he was working on ultrasonic with buzzer and light before attaching it to LCD

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The code

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Nafis was doing the same thing like Ozan was doing: making ultrasonic works with LED and buzzer and then attach the LCD

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Nafis had some problem: his computer wouldn’t detect the port and we still hadn’t figured it out until the end of the class and we had to work on it next week 🙂

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Awa got help from his mom and dad 🙂 A very nice family teamwork 🙂

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And finally the servo worked 😀

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As a dedicated captain, Awa spared sometime to fix broken cables 🙂

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So proud and happy to have a Captain like this, thanks Capt. Awa 🙂 ❤

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ProCodeCG Kids Regular Coding Class – Arduino/ESPectro Programming – 18 Nov 2017

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Hello! Today we only have Koosha working on Arduino/ESPectro Programming but with lots of progress 🙂

Koosha came with a new project in mind 😀

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He was working on an elevator project but today, apparently Koosha had something else in mind 😉

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He’s going to assembly this RFID stuff

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The code

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The reading works

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Successfully read from rfid card and rfid tag

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And then successfully write to the card and tag too 😉

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The code

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Then adding an LCD 🙂 Still not working properly but we’re working on it 🙂

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We’ll be reporting more progress next week 😉

ProCodeCG Kids Regular Coding Class – Arduino/ESPectro Programming – 4 Nov 2017

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Hello Saturday 🙂 Always looking forward to see kids coding in our class 🙂

Morning prep 🙂

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Ozan continued working on adding buzzer to his ultrasonic counter

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Ozan had to check simple buzzer code to be added to the new code

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Took a lot of effort because the same problem occur: the ultrasonic counter doesn’t work with buzzer added

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Nafis was back 😀 He’s doing the same project as Ozan and Reza

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And Nafis agree to start it all over again and add the components one by one, using ESPectro 🙂

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Reza helped to make Nafis’ work

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And after the ESPectro shut down for several times due to wrong polarity, it finally worked 😀 but not yet with buzzer and LED 🙂

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The most mysterious thing is that Reza’s wouldn’t work

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It took Reza hours to debug

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He changes the components to find the problem

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Still didn’t work, so we decide to take Ozan’s to be tested on Reza’s code

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And yes it worked 😀 So we combined Reza’s code with Ozan’s board and it worked well 😀

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We’re still curious to find out why Reza’s didn’t work (but at least he has a code that worked well). Reza is a very persistence kid. Won’t stop until it’s done 🙂 Now to buzzer will beep when the count reaches 20 🙂

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Next week we will add LED to it 🙂

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ProCodeCG Kids Regular Coding Class – Arduino/ESPectro Programming – 14 Oct 2017

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Hello hello! We are reporting our Saturday regular kids coding class 🙂

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Cinta spent two sessions working on PCB design and simulation using Proteus 🙂

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She was very excited 🙂

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Cinta started with resistors, buttons and LED’s

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Proteus can be connected to Arduino IDE

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Then Cinta added more and more components to her design 🙂

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An awesome way to simulate 🙂 Next lesson Cinta will be given task to simulate a Tic Tac Toe on Arduino 😉

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Helloooo Ruben was back 🙂

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This was where we left: creating and ultrasonic counter 🙂

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Capt. Faris helped Ruben with the code

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And after several debugging, installing, and testing, it worked 🙂

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And then Ruben was given this: adding buzzer and lamp to the previous one 🙂 So that when the counter reaches certain number, the buzzer will be active and so will the LED 🙂

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Ruben likes to assemble things 🙂

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The LED worked but not yet the buzzer 🙂

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Will work on it next week 😉

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Koosha had a new project 🙂

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First he collected the components and the tools

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Including this light to give better light

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Koosha prepared lots of breadboards, buttons and RGB LEDs

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He wouldn’t tell what he was doing 😀

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We had to make lots of guess

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Until…

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Koosha was working on a Tic Tac Toe on Arduino 🙂

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Excellent idea! 🙂

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He still has to add more resistors and wires and also the coding, and we will continue working on it next week 🙂

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