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Game Makers Arcade

Click here to play! Alec, age 13 Tell me something unique about you, like a nickname, superpower, unusual talent or extreme interest? “I play soccer and I like to play chess. I just like to do sports basically” Why did you come to Codecraft Lab? “I wasn’t planning on going to camp this year, but

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1st Annual CS & Programming Awards

Computer Science & Programing Competition

One hundred students from five different Brevard County locations including, Codecraft Lab in historic Eau Gallie, Gemini Elementary, Indialantic Elementary, Surfside Elementary, and Sabal Elementary, have participated in a 32 lesson Intro to Computer Science & Programming. We will celebrate their work and the work of other Codecraft Lab members at the 1st Annual Codecraft

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CyberPatriot team members

Media Advisory: Codecraft Lab CyberPatriot Team Advances to Gold Tier Regional Open Division Round

Tuesday, February 16, 2016 – A team of high school students from Codecraft Lab in Melbourne, Florida recently concluded an exceptional round of competition in the eighth season of CyberPatriot – the National Youth Cyber Defense Competition. CyberPatriot’s core program – the National Youth Cyber Defense Competition – challenges teams of two to six students

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Linux kernel map Author, Conan

Secure OS Workshop

What: A 2-day workshop is intended to be a walk-through for installing a hardened Linux distribution from source. It will examine manual configuration of the system, building applications from source, compile-time security considerations, hardware security considerations, kernel-mode security considerations, and more. Who: Codecraft Lab sponsor, Hack All the Things, experts in Cyber Security, offense and

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School Codecraft Clubs & STEM Field Trips

1423 Highland Ave, Melbourne, Florida 32905 | (321) 209 – 4674 | learning@codecraftlab.org Codecraft Lab is a Brevard Public Schools Business Partner and a leader in the national movement to incorporate computer sciences into the education of all students, which was just recently mandated by the Florida Legislature. Codecraft Lab’s non-profit, educational, after-school club and

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Team members preparing for competition.

Codecraft Lab High School Teams Compete in US CyberPatriot Challenge

High school students from across Brevard have joined forces at Codecraft Lab to learn, practice, and compete in a national cyber defense competition.  The Codecraft Lab CyberPatriot teams consist of our Coach, Shannon Landin, high school student team members, and volunteer technical mentors. These volunteer subject matter experts; Josh Landin, Chris Struttmann, and Owen Redwood, show up to share their real

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Python programming camp for kids

Students Need Early Access to Computer Science Education

By Shannon Landin Codecraft Lab C0-founder & CEO Codecraft Lab is a non profit organization that offers computer science learning opportunities and curriculum to k-12 students and teachers in Brevard county. More specifically our programs include hands on & unplugged activities to teach: An introduction to computer science (CS) & computing Online safety and privacy

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PitchSeries Junior League Contest

Do you have an great idea? Tell us about it in 60 seconds or less for a chance to win $100! Past and present students of Codecraft Lab are invited to participate. Simply use the questionnaire below as a guide to create a written draft of your pitch. All pitches must be submitted to Shannon

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PitchSeries final competition launches in Downtown Melbourne

SPACE COAST, FL—Since the launch of the Space Coast PitchSeries at Jaycon Systems last February, more than 100 startups have connected with the networks and know-how to make their ideas a reality. This week, Jaycon launched a last call for startups seeking funding, mentors, and free service opportunities. The top ten ‘people’s choice’ innovators selected

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Space Coast Minecraft Users Group

Our 1st Space Coast Minecraft Users Group meetup of 2015 is on the calendar for Sunday, March 1, 2 – 4 pm. The SCMUG is organized to bring game fans together for collaborative play, as well as for powerful learning. Featuring discussions, presentations, build-off challenges, and a monitored LAN server environment, users will break into small groups and

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