Work­shop in Wei­kers­heim

From 17.06. to 19.06. six very in­te­res­ted and en­ga­ged stu­dents took part in a three-day in­ternship work­shop in Wei­kers­heim. The stu­dents wan­ted to do a vol­un­ta­ry in­ternship du­ring their ho­li­days and learn more about the dif­fe­rent training pos­si­bi­li­ties and pro­gramming.

The main ob­jec­ti­ve of this work­shop was to con­vey theo­re­ti­cal con­tents and me­thods and to bet­ter un­der­stand their ap­p­li­ca­ti­on. Du­ring this three-day work­shop, the trai­nees had the op­por­tu­ni­ty to en­ter the world of pro­gramming and de­ve­lop many prac­ti­cal ap­p­li­ca­ti­ons in this field.

The first day star­ted for the six trai­nees with a short wel­co­me as well as a first in­sight into the com­pa­ny in form of a com­pa­ny pre­sen­ta­ti­on. In or­der to get a prac­ti­cal im­pres­si­on, a tour through the com­pa­ny fol­lo­wed. Af­ter­wards the trai­nees had the op­por­tu­ni­ty to get to know the ba­sics of pro­gramming, such as what va­ria­bles, bran­ches and loo­ps are and were able to de­ve­lop small ap­p­li­ca­ti­ons with the pro­gramming lan­guage C#.

On the se­cond day the trai­nees got to know the Raspber­ry Pi, a small sin­gle board com­pu­ter with which all kinds of pro­jects can be rea­li­zed. With the help of the plugg­ab­le ex­ten­si­on mo­du­le “Sen­se Hat” and the pro­gramming lan­guage “Phy­ton”, they were then able to run let­te­ring across an LED dis­play and chan­ge the co­lor.

On Wed­nes­day the trai­nees re­cei­ved an in­tro­duc­tion to HTML and CSS. The­se are two de­scrip­ti­on lan­guages that de­fi­ne the struc­tu­re of web pa­ges (HTML) and the de­sign of the cor­re­spon­ding ele­ments (CSS). Du­ring and af­ter this in­tro­duc­tion, the trai­nees were able to do ex­er­ci­ses again and again and crea­te smal­ler web­sites them­sel­ves.

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