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FREE ROBOTC Programming Help for VEX EDR Competition Teams


Update: First class starts on November 15th, 6pm-8pm

Hi folks, we know that there are many teams that are new to programming the VEX EDR systems. There are also teams that have programmed their robots in the past, but now are having issues solving one part of their programming problem. Carnegie Mellon’s Robotics Academy is offering free training and help for this year’s VEX Starstruck robotics competition teams. Help will be offered through live WebEx classes where programmer can ask questions and get them answered as well as through a Robotics Academy bulletin board.

Here’s how the help will work. You will submit questions to the bulletin board and then Ed, a brilliant programmer at the Robotics Academy will answer your questions. He will pick the most interesting questions and present them in his weekly seminar each Wednesday evening.

In order to sign up for the class complete this simple registration form. Once you complete the registration you will receive an email with directions on how to join the first class.

Good Luck! The Robotics Academy Staff

October 28, 2016

4 Responses on FREE ROBOTC Programming Help for VEX EDR Competition Teams"

  1. Insayt says:

    EasyC provides a crawl, walk, run software design allowing novice users to produce effective code within a short period of time and contains exposure to pure C code for advanced users wanting more complex programming methods. With an intuitive drag-and-drop interface and robust video tutorials, beginners can produce effective programs quickly while also learning concepts of pure C based coding.

  2. fearout says:

    The easy to use ROBOTC editor includes smart code indenting, automatic code completion, code formatting, and other tools to make programming even easier ROBOTC’s real-time debugger allows users to run code line-by-line and monitor values on sensors, motors, and encoders in real time..

  3. marly cornell says:

    For robotic programming we need to compile the whole program in debugger that generates code for via run process and make a guidelines for all components like sensor, motors, micro controller etc

  4. Solyn says:

    Good to find an expert who knows what he’s talknig about!

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