Also In The June 2015 Issue
This book helps average non-technical people free themselves from mundane computer tasks.
Here are a few of the many fun summer projects at Instructables.com website.
Every month the Bitsbox service delivers a colorful booklet full of fun coding projects for kids to do then share with friends and family.
Here are a number of simple and fun 3D models to print.
You can print 3D models without owning a printer. Here's how to do it.
The FUZE computer is a 1980s computer design with the brain of a modern Raspberry Pi. It's ideal for teaching kids to code plus build electronics projects.
Paul Chayka talks about Robotics And Beyond, an after school tech program that teaches coding, robotics, circuit design, and much more.
Learning Python is a fun way to spend time and learn programming together.
These cute round robots help teach kids about coding and technology.
The Kano computer is a Raspberry Pi computer with a spiffy installation process (and user manual) and a carefully thought out online experience.
An introduction to programming functions and procedures using pen and paper instead of code. Includes lots of examples and exercises.
Ruby is a highly flexible programming language used in many large scale online applications at Twitter, Kickstarter, and other companies.
Links from the bottom of all the June 2015 articles, collected in one place for you to print, share, or bookmark.
News and project stories about kids, coding, computer science, and how we use technology in our daily lives.
The Mix community lets you find and share artwork to create projects with free Paper software.