Collaborate and share using the neutral and safe mediums of sound and computation.
The ‘Code Combinator’ is a web-based application powered by the Ruby on Rails framework built to power the code coding, sharing, and archiving of all the content generated by the participants in the workshops. The platform was created to link participants from different countries and different cultures, with the hope of providing insight into the level of exposure of technology and how it affects learning new platforms, as well as exposure to various experiences with a networked environment.
A day-long workshop with third graders held at Bagong Tanyag Elementary School – Main in Taguig, Fourth District of National Capital Region, Philippines, teaching kids the basics of programming through music composition using Sonic-Pi
Several sessions held over the course of a year at the Rajmahal School provided an opportunity for teams to create projects using Sonic-Pi and explore the code combinator platform as well as the intricacies of working with online persona and content sharing
Code Camp was a five-day introductory workshop that took place at Parsons School of Design in the summer of 2015 to a group of freshmen and sophomores from the Maker Academy
A teacher training exercise in Beijing, at the Tsinghua University Innovation Center, during August 2016