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At Micromelon Robotics we aim to bridge the gap between learning logic and learning to code. Typically primary school aged students will learn visual programming or visual logic as a precursor to learning to code. Once these students move into high school they are normally moved onto a new robot, with new software meaning that have to learn a whole new program and deal with the quirks of a new robot.
Micromelon aims to change this by creating a single education platform for all ages, teaching initially logical and visual programming and slowly transitioning into writing straight python code, typically taught in first year university courses and high schools. By doing this we hope we can lessen the burden of learning to code.
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Building 41, University of Queensland, Brisbane, Queensland 4035, AU