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Intro to Python and Arduino Lab by Women in Coding

Community Library of DeWitt & Jamesville 5110 Jamesville Rd , Jamesville, NY 13078 (map)

This month's WIC will be a two-part class at DeWitt Library. Please register for each part you plan to attend on the Library's website:

Intro to Python:

Arduino Lab:

Intro to Python 10 - 11:30am

Taught by Alison McCauley

Python is used for controlling and increasing the functionality of software, websites, databases, and can perform complex math with large data sets, among many other useful activities. With this readable, flexible programming language you can get the most out of your computer, for home or work applications.

Arduino Lab 12 - 1:30pm

Taught by Josh Wright

Arduino is an easy-to-use electronics controller that works with inputs and outputs to perform tasks assigned by the user. The Arduino software is great for beginners and flexible enough for advanced users.

In this exciting, hands-on workshop participants will use the Library’s Arduino kits to learn more about how Arduino works and the possibilities of what Arduino can do.

• What to bring

Bring your computer. Arduino's will be provided.

Big thank you to Hack Upstate for sponsoring our meetups. You can learn more about them at


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