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Calling all earthlings, from Sydney to Seoul, Montreal to Madrid! Moonhack is a World Record setting event for any kid who can code, or wants to learn! Moonhack 2018 commemorates the Apollo 11 Moon Landing! You Are Booking Tickets for the 9:30am Session - Game Controllers & MakeyMakey What is Moonhack? Moonhack is Code Club's free Record Setter event for kids aged 8-18 around the world. Held on July 20th, this date is the anniversary of the Apollo 11 Moon landing and kids all over the globe will be Moonhacking. Code Club Australia launched Moonhack in 2016 when they set the record with 10,207 kids coding on a single day. In 2017 CodeClub and Raspberry Pi went global and beat the record with 28,575 kids coding. This year we need you to join in and show the world how fun, easy and exciting coding is, with kids from all over the world joining the effort to get free, fun digital technologies education into everyone’s hands. Moonhack 2018 is launching soon. Register your spot and become a Record Setter with us! The 3 Moonhack coding sessions in the day are as follows (Attendees must vacate the Makespace betweens sessions): 9:30am - 11am : Making Game Controllers with MakeyMakey (Beginner) 1pm - 2:30pm : micro:bit (Intermediate) 3:30pm - 5:30pm : Inventing with python (Intermediate)

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16 Mill Lane, Cambridge, CB2 1RX · Cambridge

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This group is for members and visitors to Makespace, a community inventing shed in Cambridge, UK. The meetups are organised by community members both in the space and elsewhere in Cambridge.

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We would love to meet:

* Community members, enthusiasts, and educational groups who could benefit from a lab in which to work together, network, socialise, and draw on the expertise of others

* People working within local industries looking to innovate in ways that require new skills, equipment and contacts

* Companies and consultancies that support innovation and prototyping, and who could provide training, support, leading to the sale of their services

* Innovators needing to produce physical prototypes to further their ideas

If this could include you, please help us maintain and grow Makespace by joining now, telling us:

* Who you are, and any company/group affiliation
* What you could contribute to and/or how you could benefit from Makespace
* Any other ideas, requirements or suggestions to improve Makespace

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