Last week you were part of the first group to take a course using CodeCosmos, I hope you enjoyed it as much as I enjoyed teaching it! I'd love to hear more about what you liked most, and what you think I can improve on for future courses. If you have any feedback, questions, want any advice, etc. just email me at firstname.lastname@example.org and I'll get back to you as soon as I can. I really am interested in helping you all out, and I'll make the time to do it even though I'm a few thousand miles away here in San Francisco.
To finish up your t-shirt or poster projects, you should be able to login at codecosmos.com. When you have a design that you're ready to print, just email me the code. I'll have to do a little work on my end to translate the code into a form that's suitable for printing (a higher quality output than Processing.js, basically), and then I'll get back to you as soon as I can with a couple options for you to choose from (t-shirt sizes, colors, etc.). If you'd like a poster instead of a shirt, let me know. If you think what you've made is really cool, I'd be happy to help you set up an online shop to sell your designs.
I know I owe a few of you advice on how to tweak what you have so far, and I'll be getting to that real soon. That's next on my list!
It might not have seemed like it, but the computer science and math you were using in the lab are actually quite advanced!
Here's a short list of what I can think of off the top of my head:
If you're interested to learn more, there's a TON of free content available for you to learn from online! I'd also be happy to help you along the way, whether you're struggling with a particular concept or just need some help finding what you want.
Here are some of my favorites:
If you missed any of the videos, want to share them, or simply just watch them again, here's a list of what I showed in class.
Please don't hesitate to get in touch! I really would like to hear from you and am happy to help out any way that I can.