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In­tern ship work­shop in Ismaning

Tog­e­ther with Io­an­na, I was in char­ge of the trai­nee work­shop in Is­ma­ning last week. We had a to­tal of 6 par­ti­ci­pan­ts with whom we did HTML, CSS, Py­thon and Raspber­ry Pi. It was an ex­ci­ting op­por­tu­ni­ty for the in­terns to deepen their know­ledge in the­se are­as and gain prac­ti­cal experience. 

The work­shop star­ted with an in­tro­duc­tion to the com­pa­ny and a short tour of the com­pa­ny. Then it con­tin­ued with HTML and CSS, the ba­sics of web de­ve­lo­p­ment. The trai­nees lear­ned how to struc­tu­re web­sites using HTML and gai­ned in­sights into de­sig­ning web­sites with CSS. Th­rough prac­ti­cal exer­ci­s­es, they had the op­por­tu­ni­ty to crea­te their own web­sites and ex­pe­ri­ment with dif­fe­rent de­sign elements.

An­o­ther im­portant fo­cus of the work­shop was the pro­gramming lan­guage Py­thon. The trai­nees re­cei­ved an in­tro­duc­tion to the syn­tax and lear­ned ba­sic con­cepts such as va­ria­bles, loops and con­di­ti­ons. They had the op­por­tu­ni­ty to rea­li­se small pro­jects with Py­thon, which al­lo­wed them to de­ve­lop their pro­gramming skills, in­clu­ding, for ex­am­p­le, the game Tic Tac Toe or Snake. 

Par­ti­cu­lar­ly ex­ci­ting for the trai­nees was the in­tro­duc­tion to Raspber­ry Pi. Raspber­ry Pi is a small, in­ex­pen­si­ve com­pu­ter that can be used for a va­rie­ty of pro­jects. The in­terns lear­ned how to set up Raspber­ry Pi and how to pro­gram it using Py­thon. They had the op­por­tu­ni­ty to do simp­le pro­jects, such as con­trol­ling an LED, dis­play­ing a text or image, or me­a­su­ring tem­pe­ra­tu­re and humidity. 

Over­all, the trai­nee work­shop was a gre­at suc­cess. The in­terns were able to gain va­luable ex­pe­ri­ence and ba­sic know­ledge in the are­as of web de­ve­lo­p­ment, pro­gramming and hard­ware pro­jects with Raspber­ry Pi.

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