• RobotC/Sensor Seminar at Kickoff - Sept. 10, 2011
    We lead a sensor seminar at the 2011-2012 Kickoff at Capitol College. We demonstrated the coding and uses of encoders, touch, light, IR, and magnetic sensors.
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  • RobotC/Sensor Workshop at the Leonardtown Library - October 23, 2010
    Sensors are essential to autonomous programming. We hosted a sensor workshop on October 23rd, 2010 at the Leonardtown Library's Meeting Room from 1-4 p.m. We demonstrated the coding and uses of encoders, touch, light, ultrasonic, IR, and magnetic sensors.
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  • Documenting Text-based Code
    There are many reasons to document your code (whether it is text-based or graphically-based). When our programming team grew from two to three, our second and third programmer required a long time before being able to make changes to the code. Since we use long lists of commands during autonomous, mistakes were made when changing the code. Reviewing last years code for lessons-learned is practically impossible. Documentation is required of professional programmers. Our code was documented this year using a free program called 'doxygen' (doxygen site). It scans the code's comments for symbols that direct it to create HTML pages.
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