Thursday, April 2, 2015

Try Sonic Pi and Minecraft Programming at the Egham Raspberry Jam on the 26th of April

Come and try out Sonic Pi and Minecraft/Python programming.

Sonic Pi is a great way to create music by programming. You can even do Live Coding giving you the ability to compose music as you playing. 

Sonic Pi is such an amazing way to learn about music and programming that the Raspberry Pi Foundation recently ran a competition for Sonic Pi compositions.
The 10 finalists are amazing.  Be a composer by coding.

Minecraft on the Raspberry Pi is a great open world environment where you can program what happens.  Build a Giant Clock or how about a Town Square 

How about mixing the two and creating music using Minecraft. See the Minecraft Piano

Now's your chance to try them out on the 26th April at the Egham Raspberry Jam.

The event is free to attend all you have to do is register on Eventbrite. 
Places are limited to 100 and last time we sold out and had a waiting list for the final week and it's looking like it will be the same again this time.

So, if you're interested in trying Sonic Pi and Minecraft then get yourself registered and come along.

To see more of what happens at the Egham Jams checkout the write up and some pictures from the Jam we had on had in January.

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