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Raspberry Pi Class Empowers Student to Code game

Michigan Business Beat
October 19, 2016 2:00 PM


IMG_20160914_181504884-1.jpgWednesday, September 14, 2016, Dr. Jerry and Stella Cash hosted ITEC Evening of Empowerment, at their home in Bath Township, MI, north of East Lansing.

Jeffrey catches up with Carlos a student who took the Raspberry Pi class. Carlos shares everything about this credit card sized computer technology from its price and what you could expect to see if you work with this computer.Carlos took the Raspberry Pi project through one of ITEC’s summer camps. He coded a Mine-Craft-like self-generating house, and actually went on to create a whole digital city. Carlos discusses the other students in the class, and how he not only learned more technologies, but also established new friendships. He may program other games on this platform in the future.

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