Digital Maker Programme is a new initiative by Infocomm Media Development Authority (IMDA) to encourage making with technology. At the heart of this programme is the BBC micro:bit, which is a pocket sized microcontroller widely used around the world for teaching coding and creating simple electronic projects.
The programme targets participants young and old, and really anyone with a heart to create will benefit greatly from the various community workshops that will be rolled out in the coming months.
Nullspace is excited to be selected as a community training partner for the Digital Maker Programme. We will be working closely with IMDA and various community organisations to run classes with micro:bits and to share about the possibilities of creating with this controller.
Here are various resources relating to the Digital Maker Programme and micro:bit
More about micro:bit: http://microbit.org/