On the day of lesson one, we've started the class with a challenge to reach the venue surrounded by marching bands and horses during the Lord Mayor show (log on the last lesson). On lesson two, the class started off with a challenge as usual, a little bit of snow.
Determination to learn, is clearly one of the most important attribute to keep this co-learning class returning. So well done to all who passed the first test!
Hats off to Lucaz who has been getting up at 4-ish in the morning making his way from Nottingham in a mildly snowy day! In the UK, this translates to a very adventurous travel arrangement for the train can easily fail at times like this... He definitely showed that it is possible to go from attending Arduino 101 to programming the GPS module and has even continued on after everyone has packed up! It has been an amazing effort and the code base has grown significantly in this one day! There's even a new repo on radio comms, thanks Robert. https://github.com/TranquilityAerospace
Ah, did we forget to mention the breakfast Steph brought in and the Pizza sponsored by Tranquility Aerospace? Well, we were too focused on taking notes on the Orientation Thruster... well, next time we will try to remember taking photo of the energy sources too. Till then.