DIY: Build Your Own Laptop & Learn Coding - The University of Texas at Austin

Run by iD Tech Camps


Ages
10-12 yrs
Sessions offered between
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Price
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Tagged in: Science & Tech, Academics, Arts & Crafts

Your student will assemble their own Pi-Top laptop from a Raspberry Pi and other circuit boards—that's theirs to take home. Then, they'll boot up their computer, powered by the Linux operating system, and learn to code Python programs. Your student will come away with an understanding of what engineering, hardware, and coding have to offer (as well as their new laptop). This course has something for everyone from tinkerers to aspiring coders.

Check-in: Mon-Fri 8-9am. Pick-up: Mon-Thu 5-6pm; Fri 3-4pm.



Location and Program Information

Map to The University of Texas at Austin

Where: The University of Texas at Austin
Austin, Texas, 78712


The #1 summer computer camp for kids & teens. STEM programs in coding, Minecraft, game design, robotics, film & more held at 100+ campuses nationwide.

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