Last weekend we were at the Maker Faire Saxony. Most exciting for us was once again to see how children learn programming with our courses, how they immediately become creative and what fun it is for them to find solutions and implement their own ideas.
We were very impressed by the projects that were developed with our new Maker area for the duck race. For example, Toni the duck was programmed to avoid all traps – virtually autonomous driving. When solving a problem with the help of programming is more exciting than playing a computer game, we probably did something right.
We were also happy to meet and get to know many of our crowdfunding supporters in person. Last year we had advertised our campaign at the Maker Faire Saxony and now we had the opportunity to thank some of them personally for their support.
More pictures of our visit to the Maker Faire can be found at Instagram.