These events are a true riot of ideas, people and innovative products that are just on the verge of breaking out into the world. Diyode will be there with our own team of innovators to show how the Diyode Codeshield can transform the way electronics is taught, and how it opens the gate to learning programming for Arduino, the prototyping platform for DIY makers.
In the words of the Guelph Tribune reporter, Chris Seto http://www.guelphmercury.com/news-story/3907746-guelph-workshop-aims-to-teach-world-how-to-talk-to-machines/ :
Guelph workshop aims to teach world how to talk to machines
Have a riot of a time!
Go Team, Go!