Wow #forcedimension did something amazing here. François Talks with Alannah about working in a 3D space. François Conti, PhD Executive Vice President of Force Dimension
This little robot looks good and dances too. The Nao Robot from Aldebaran.com Interview with Alannah Forster of the Coding Clubhouse Nicolas Rigaud of Aldebaran aldebaran.com developerweek.com/
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Wonder Workshop robots Dash and Dot have just arrived at the #CodingClubhouse. Alannah Forster unpacks them describes what you get and gets them running. @CodeGirlClub. Dash and Dot are designed to Inspire kids to code.
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Making a Difference with Software – FutureStack14 Published on Dec 17, 2014 FutureStack14 day 2 opening keynote featuring Lew Cirne, CEO and Founder of New Relic, Joel Worrall, CTO of CURE International, Chase Adam, VIsion at Watsi, Alannah Forster, President and Founder of Codingclubhouse.com and Yvonne Wassenaar, SVP of Operations at New Relic.
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The best projects have a great story behind them, and the Apollo from Carbon Origins is no exception. A few years ago, the people at Carbon Origins were in school, working on a high power rocketry project. Rocketry, of course, requires a ton of sensors in a very small and light package. Apollo takes location […]