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A high-school senior named Hae Min Lee disappeared one day after school in 1999, in Baltimore County, Maryland. A month later, her body was found in a city park. She'd been strangled. Her 17-year-old ex-boyfriend, Adnan Syed, was arrested for the crime, and within a year, he was sentenced to life in prison. The case against him was largely based on the story of one witness, Adnan’s friend Jay, who testified that he helped Adnan bury Hae's body. But Adnan has always maintained he had nothing to do with Hae’s death. Some people believe he’s telling the truth. Many others don’t.

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One of the requested items I found was handling 'rollover' from 'millis()' and also, 'micros()'. This is actually not a very difficult matter to deal with, and it's something I've needed to address a lot of times in various contexts, from kernel drivers to applications, and of course, micro-controllers.

First, I shall explain two's complement mathematics, and signed vs unsigned integers.

Two's complement is a way to represent negative numbers in binary. It requires that you sacrifice one bit of precision (the most significant bit), to handle negative values.

For a 16-bit integer, a two's complement value can represent any number between -32768 and 32767, inclusive. For now, this is what I will focus on.

By definition, if you subtract a binary 1 from a binary zero, you should end up with a binary -1. Conversely, if you add a binary 1 to a binary -1, you should get zero.

Doing a little atmospheric extrapolation, it's pretty obvious that the following is true.

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If there were another bit shown (i. e. the 'carry' bit) you would see a 17-bit number with the high bit set. But this is the consequence of using a fixed-length binary value. You get 'rollover'.

Consequently to adding binary 1 to "all 1's" to get zero, the following will also be true:

0000000000000000 - 0000000000000001 = 1111111111111111

So the representation of a -1 must be 'all 1 bits' for any two's complement integer, given a fixed-length integer size in bits.

Now it is important to distinguish 'unsigned' from 'signed' integer math. If you want to subtract two unsigned values, and have a negative result if the second is larger, you have to cast the result to a signed integer. This will treat the unsigned result as if it were two's complement, like so:

unsigned int i, j; .

And, this is the heart of the solution to 'rollover'. In the case where the value of 'i' has not yet 'crossed' the value of 'j', the result of 'i - j' (cast to a signed integer) will be NEGATIVE. If 'i' crosses 'j', the result will be POSITIVE.

Example: Assuming that 'millis()' returned a 16-bit integer (for simplicity), if the current 'millis()' time is 65500 and you want to wait for 1000 milliseconds, you can use unsigned math to add 1000 to 65500 and get a result of 964 (rolling over to zero at what would be 65536). When the '16-bit' millis() 'rolls over' to zero, it will continue to increment until it, too, reaches the value 964. At that point, your timer code can recognize the 'crossing' by subtracting the wait time from millis(), converting it to a signed integer, and checking that it's greater than or equal to zero.

The following code checks to see if you have 'crossed' a 1000 millisecond 'delay point', and initiate's another timer delay of 1000 milliseconds after some kind of periodic processing.

The same kind of code can be applied to 'micros()' as well.

static unsigned long lWaitMillis ;

void setup ( ) \ { lWaitMillis = millis ( ) + 1000 ; // initial setup }

void loop ( ) \ { if ( ( long ) ( millis ( ) - lWaitMillis ) >= 0 ) { // millis is now later than my 'next' time

{ do something }

lWaitMillis += 1000 ; // do it again 1 second later } else { // millis is still 'before' my 'next' time // so I continue waiting

delay ( 1 ) ; // one possible thing you can do } }

Solving the rollover with register arithmetic

The sketch below shows how to use unsigned variables, using the register arithmatic to overcome the rollover problem. The result it send to the serial monitor.

If the calculation for millis() and micros() is done with unsigned long, the difference between the new time and the old time is always valid, even in case of a rollover.

Remember to always use unsigned long variables to make this work.

// ------------------------------------------------------- // // Rollover demonstration sketch // Solving the rollover with register arithmetic // // Another test sketch for: // http://playground. arduino. cc/Code/TimingRollover // // Using parts of: // http://arduino. cc/en/Tutorial/BlinkWithoutDelay // // public domain //

// Variables for the demonstration in the setup() function. // The variables are "volatile" to force the calculation // in the Arduino microcontroller for this test only. // You don't need "volatile" in your sketch. // volatile byte p. q. r ; volatile unsigned long ulNew. ulOld. ul ;

// Variables for the blinking led. // Created according to: // http://arduino. cc/en/Tutorial/BlinkWithoutDelay // But updated to solve the rollover problem. // const int ledPin = 13 ; int ledState = LOW ; unsigned long ul_PreviousMillis = 0UL ; unsigned long ul_Interval = 500UL ;

void setup ( ) { Serial. begin ( 9600 ) ;

// If the Leonardo or Micro is used, // wait for the serial monitor to open. while (. Serial ) ;

Serial. println ( F ( "Rollover demonstration sketch." ) ) ; Serial. print ( F ( "Solving the rollover problem" ) ) ; Serial. println ( F ( " with register arithmetic." ) ) ; Serial. println ( "" ) ;

Serial. println ( F ( "Test with unsigned 8-bit." ) ) ;

p = 150 ; q = 140 ; r = p - q ; Serial. print ( F ( "150 - 140 = " ) ) ; Serial. println ( r. DEC ) ;

p = 4 ; // rollover of value 260 q = 250 ; r = p - q ; // valid for unsigned variables Serial. print ( F ( "260 (=4) - 250 = " ) ) ; Serial. println ( r. DEC ) ; Serial. println ( "" ) ;

Serial. println ( F ( "Test with unsigned long." ) ) ; // http://arduino. cc/en/Reference/UnsignedLong

ulNew = 3000000000UL ; ulOld = 2000000000UL ; ul = ulNew - ulOld ; Serial. print ( F ( "3,000,000,000 - 2,000,000,000 = " ) ) ; Serial. println ( ul. DEC ) ;

ulNew = 705032704UL ; // rollover of value 5,000,000,000 ulOld = 4000000000UL ; ul = ulNew - ulOld ; // valid for unsigned long Serial. print ( F ( "5,000,000,000 (=705,032,704) - 4,000,000,000 = " ) ) ; Serial. println ( ul. DEC ) ; Serial. println ( "" ) ;

// The loop() function contains an example with millis() Serial. print ( F ( "A led at pin 13 will blink" ) ) ; Serial. println ( F ( " without rollover error" ) ) ; pinMode ( ledPin. OUTPUT ) ; ul_PreviousMillis = millis ( ) ; }

void loop ( ) { // Here is where you put your code // that needs to be running all the time.

// Blink the LED. unsigned long ul_CurrentMillis = millis ( ) ;

// The next lines are very important // Since the millis() is unsigned long, also the testing // and updating the time must be done with unsigned long. if ( ul_CurrentMillis - ul_PreviousMillis > ul_Interval ) { // Update the last time you blinked the LED // This update with the interval // must also be done with unsigned long. // Option 1: // Set the previous time to the current time. // A delay by code will shift everyting further in time. ul_PreviousMillis = ul_CurrentMillis ; // Option 2: // Increment the previous time with the interval. // The timing stays in pace. // A delay by code, will shorten the next interval. // If two intervals are missed, the next interval // will be very short, since it is trying to catch up // with the time. // ul_PreviousMillis += ul_Interval;

// if the LED is off, turn it on and vice-versa: if ( ledState == LOW ) ledState = HIGH ; else ledState = LOW ;

// set the LED with the ledState of the variable: digitalWrite ( ledPin. ledState ) ; } }

The result of the sketch is:

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PEI-Genesis’ large inventory of Quadrax contacts is especially important when used with the popular MIL-DTL-38999 connector line. PEI-Genesis has the largest Quadrax inventory in the world - and we kit the Quadrax Connectors from stock so we can ship you a complete system. In Comparison, most distributors require long lead times and impose mandatory minimum purchase quantities for Quadrax contacts and connectors.

High speed Quadrax contacts consist of an outer contact with four inner contacts spaced in two 100 or 150 Ohm controlled impedance differential pairs. Both contacts, when used in Amphenol MIL DTL-38999 Series III and ARINC type connectors, provide an excellent alternative for harsh environment applications such as:

Ethernet 100 Base-T-100 Ohm

Gigabit Ethernet 1000 Base-T-100 Ohm, 1000 Base-CX, 150 Ohm

Fibre Channel-150 Ohm, 1G/2G

IEEE1394B FireWire-110 Ohm

Serial FPDP Applications, 2.5Gbps

SCSCI-2, 3.2Gbps

Differential Twinax and Quadrax contact options include:

Quadrax Power Contacts

Crimp or printed circuit board termination

Established designs to accommodate a variety of cable types and gauges

Incorporation of Quadrax contacts into ground plane connectors

Ground Plane connectors have conductive inserts that ground the outer conductor of the contact to the shell of the connector. They accommodate size 8 and 12 shielded contacts, of which the size 8 can be a Quadrax type.

Configuring Cisco Asav 9, Ialex

Configuring Cisco ASAv 9.x on GNS3 1.4.x

Recently I went through an interesting experience of Cisco ASA setup in GNS3. I must say it was a real challenge, but finally, not an impossible task. There is a lot of particularities you must take into account, all depending from ASA version to GNS3 release. In this post, I will focus on how to configure an ASAv firewall to run as a QEMU VM in new GNS3 version suite 1.4.x. As of date of this writing I was able to access ASAv image version 9.5(2.204) and the GNS3 1.4.5 setup.

The 1.4.x suite of GNS3 is a relatively new appearing into the scene, and how is typical with new software releases, surely expected to have some bugs and/or incompatibilities. That’s why my first attempts was made in previous software suite of 1.3.x version (actually 1.3.13 version). It was a wrong way, because how I realized soon, for ASAv to be configured, a VNC console should be attached, or in 1.3.13 I didn’t found how to do that (is not excluded that I missed something). As a consequence, I quickly switched to newest GNS3 1.4.5 version. The following text assume a newly setup of GNS3 version 1.4.5 with no additional settings, except maybe only for the default location for project and binary images folder – I prefer to reconfigure these on C:GNS3Projects and respectively C:GNS3Images.

Cisco ASA virtual appliance (ASAv)

Cisco ASAv is a re-imaged version of Cisco ASA specifically designed to run as a VM on top of some hypervisor. In fact, the same ASA code is running, but in different form factor. There are versions for vSphere, Hyper-V and KVM. Just because GNS3 use QEMU as a VM emulator we will employ the KVM image of ASAv. By the way, ASAv is the image Cisco use in their notable virtual labs VIRL. Not all ASA versions are available in a VM format – I suppose only those starting with 9.x, thereby if you want to try some older versions, e. g. popular ASA 8.4(2), you will need to experience another approach (a new article devoted to this subject should come). It’s worth noting that the ASAv have some limitations compared to classical ASA, in particular you wouldn’t be able to build firewall clusters (failover or A/A), test multiple context mode feature or play with Etherchannel. For this scenarios, I usualy use an 8.4(2) ASA setup – which, by the way should run only in QEMU 0.11.0 which in turn can’t be started in GNS 1.4.x, only in previous suite 1.3.x.

So, before we start we need to obtain somewhat the ASAv image. If you are fortunate enough to have access to Cisco downloads (a service contract associated with your profile is needed) then just go to cisco. com – All downloads – Products – Security – Firewalls – Adaptive Security Appliances (ASA) – Adaptive Security Virtual Appliance (ASAv) and download the qcow2 (KVM) image of ASAv for your preferred version.

In case you do not have access to official Cisco downloads, yet I recommend to try a simple Internet search, good chances are to find somewhere a leaked image (usualy on some China resources). To be honest, I can’t understand why Cisco restrict downloads to this type of software, anyway, next after setup you will need a license key to go over the limitations of unlicensed state of appliance (bandwith limitation to 100kbps). It would be fine if Cisco would allow download and free use of appliance in unlicensed state, respectively for production usage a suitable license should be bought.

Configuring ASAv template on GNS3

A step by step guide follow:

Start new QEMU VM Template wizard with following parameters:

Type: Default

Name: ASAv-8.5(2.204) or any meaningful title

Qemu binary: qemu-system-x86_64w. exe (v2.4.0)

RAM: 2048 MB

Disk Image (hda): C:GNS3imagesQEMUasav952-204.qcow2

Note: I will recommend to store original OS images in other folder than that used by GNS3 for image storage. When you specify an image to be used by GNS3 a copy of that original file would be automatically copied to GNS3 binary image folder location.

Edit newly created QEMU Template:

General settings – Symbol :/symbols/asa. svg

General settings – Category: Security Devices

General settings – Console Type: VNC

Note0: in my testing, I tried to change vCPUs from 1 to 4, but nothing more than 1514 Illegal Instruction (core dumped) … error message got in ASAv, hence don’t touch that value, we will set the number of vCPUs in other place for ASAv to be an SMP virtual machine.

Note1: Switching the console to VNC type one it’s like directly connect with a keyboard and a monitor to the virtual machine. Initial ASAv configuration don’t allow access to the serial console port so at least at this stage, the only possible option is VNC. Don’t forget, the ASAv was designed to play in a VM with a full console. Even so, we will configure serial console port to ASAv as well.

Network – Adapters: 6x (default e1000 type)

Advanced Settings – Additional settings – Options: - cpu Haswell - smp 4,sockets=4,cores=1,threads=1

Note0: I successful used this string for all my Intel CPU. The microarchitecture (Haswell, Nehalem and so on) seems to no matter – successfully ran on different CPU generation with no problems. For AMD CPUs, community recommend to use (haven’t tested): - cpu Opteron_G5 - smp 4,sockets=4,cores=1,threads=1

Note1: the default option’s value: –nographic . should be cleared. This will be guarantee an automatic VNC console opening (for non-linked mode VM operation).

(Optional) Activate CPU throttling – Percentage of CPU allowed: 80%

Advanced Settings – uncheck: Use as a linked base VM .

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I think I will provide some additional inputs about the setting named: Use as a linked base VM . By default, QEMU VMs works as a linked VM which means that every time you create a new QEMU VM (in our case ASAv) in your project, a linked virtual disk is created to the original qcow2 image. All the modifications are thus recorded in that new file but yet unmodified block are read from original image. Through this, we can create hundreds of new QEMU VMs without needing to clone the virtual disk (that’s the similar to the technology used in VDI). Given the fact that during the life of an ASAv VM, disk modifications are really very few, results that the disk overhead created by each new ASAv are truly negligible. If you disable linked VM mode (uncheck the: Use as a linked base VM ) the QEMU VM will interact directly with original qcow2 virtual disk (all writes will be recorded here). As a consequence a single QEMU VMs from this template can be started (just try to drag and drop a second ASAv to workspace and you will see an error message).

Why then we intentionally disabled linked base VM mode? First off, we need this only during ASAv template making and after this we will switch back to linked mode. Our interest is to do a series of configuration changes (first boot, serial console, ASDM image upload) in the original image file which we want to keep in all new ASAv instances created from this template.

Surely, the same results can be achieved by making the template in linked mode (linked qcow2 virtual disk) and then committing all the changes to the original qcow2 image via qemu-img. exe tool, but, I think it is harder. Just disabling and then re-enabling the VM’s linked mode settings seems to be much easier … the choice is yours.

To check the virtual disk that is mounted to QEMU VM just drag a new ASAv to an empty project, right click ASAv device – and choose show in file manager. An explorer window to qcow2 image opens – with linked mode disabled this would be the template image asav952-204.qcow2 located in binary image folder, whereas for linked mode this would be a qcow2 image (somewhere in project’s folder) linked to the original template – base virtual disk image. Also, additionaly you can check what qcow2 images are involved via Windows resource monitor – CPU – Associated Handles – filter by QEMU string.

Drag a new instance of ASAv 9.5(2.204) to the working space on an empty project in GNS3. No topology are needed to continue, just single, unconnected ASAv device.

Power-ON newly instantiated ASAv device ( right-click – start ) and immediately open the console ( right-click – console ). In opened VNC terminal a loading progress (Linux) can pe observed.

On Boot Loader phase choose the option: bootflash:/asa952-204-smp-k8.bin with no configuration load (anyway no configuration yet exists).

In the meantime, it would be interesting to do some analyzing in Resource Monitor. First, to confirm the SMP nature of started QEMU VM look at the number of threads/CPU associated with qemu-system-x86_64w. exe process (CPU – Processes) – should be more than 4x thread/CPU in use, and second, to confirm the non-Linked mode of operation for the ASAv VM do a search in Associated Handles for a qemu key (CPU-Associated Handles) – in non-Linked mode, the VM should interact directly with the original qcow2 image: asav952-204.qcow2 (a screen is inserted below).

At the command prompt the number of vCPU can be checked by the show cpu usage commmad:

ciscoasa# sh cpu usage CPU utilization for 5 seconds = 1%; 1 minute: 1%; 5 minutes: 0%

Virtual platform CPU resources ------------------------------ Number of vCPUs. 4 Number of allowed vCPUs. 0 vCPU Status. Noncompliant: Over-provisioned

If you carefully track the booting progress you will see that the appliance will discover that it starts for the first time ( Initial bootup detected … ) and for the system variables to be applied an automatic reboot will come. So first time booting will end up with an automatic reboot. On the second boot, also choose the option with no configuration load in Bootloader Dialog. First and second time booting could take some time to progress so be patient and wait them to complete – sometimes it may seem that the appliance hung, try to wait several minutes before doing a forced powering off.

If everything goes smoothly, after the second boot, you should reach the traditional Cisco command line prompter (empty password for privileged mode). At this stage, we will enable the serial console for the appliance. By default, the ASAv works only with traditional VM console (monitor/keyboard directly connected to x86 hardware) and additional steps needed to enable console via serial ports. More about that you can read here ASAv Quick Start Guide, 9.5. section Configure a Network Serial Console Port.

For serial console to be on, a file named use_ttyS0 should exist in root of disk0. It doesn’t matter the content, just to be present. The simplest mode to create such a file is to make a copy of an existing file – the documentation suggest to clone from coredump. cfg file, like shown below:

ciscoasa(config)# cd coredumpinfo

ciscoasa(config)# copy coredump. cfg disk0:/use_ttyS0

Theoretically, here, we can do also some additional configurations, one that we want to keep in all the ASAv instances derived from this template. For example, we can copy here the ASDM image to disk0 to not be bothered with that in the future. Anyway, I will skip this step.

Reload de appliance (type reload in privileged mode). You will see that the command prompt can’t anymore be accessed via de VNC console. I mean, the console will open, but, at one moment the interaction will be handover to the serial console and no more activity going to be possible by VNC. The last message recorded in VNC confirm that: Lina to use serial port /dev/ttyS0 for console IO.

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Now, after all the modifications to the ASAv image, we can switch the template back to his original Linked mode of operation. Also, we will switch the console settings to telnet type . Do the configuration changes in template settings, not in ASAv instance. The ASAv device from our temporary project can be safety removed, it has already done his job.

Using newly created ASAv template

To use the newly created ASAv template, just drag the template icon to the workspace, do your connections and power-on the device. You can use multiple ASAv devices running simultaneous with no problem, on my PC (i7-4970s CPU with12GB RAM) I ran five concurrent instances, all started ok and became usable shortly (less than 1 min).

Just because we don’t mention –nographic in template’s Advanced Settings – Additional Settings the VNC console will automatically open every time you start the device. If you close that window, the appliance will power-off automatically. The VNC console don’t interfere with serial console which you can open via context menu. If you add the - nographic option, the VM will start silent without a VNC console. Anyway, my preference is to leave the VNC console to open automatically, at least for the begging, just to have an additional visibility of the process.

After you load the ASAv device, you will periodically be announced by a missing license warning message: Warning: ASAv platform license state is Unlicensed … It is because the appliance don’t have a license key applied and it works in unlicensed state. As mentioned above, for lab and test scenarios, an unlicensed state are more than sufficient. In this state, you will get all the ASAv features but at the same time be limited to 100 Kbps interface bandwith.

It is interesting to see what virtual disks files are involved for an ASAv device started from our completed template. Beacause the template was configured as a Linked Mode VM, a linked virtual disk plus the base disk should be used, a fact confirmet by the screen below:

To complete the story, bellow I insterted a screencast for the process described above (youtube link ). Enjoy.

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FunGram FAQ

Programming lessons from FunGram are based on hands-on activities using Arduino. Various concepts about programming and electronics are introduced and they are used for building larger projects. We believe that it is important to understand “the why” and eventually “the how” for kids to truly enjoy programming. We have each been programming for more than 18 years and while working on various projects, we taught the ins and outs of programming to many engineers during that time. We see that understanding the concepts is essential to become a successful and happy programmer. FunGram lessons are geared to provide a solid foundation by using hands-on, fun-filled activities.

The programming classes are designed for kids who are in 3rd grade and up. We have found that at this age, programming will be rewarding to children as it will appeal to their natural curiosity.

With globalization and increasing reliance on technology and design, STEM and maker skills are essential skills for every child. FunGram classes cover and make use of science, logic and mathematics. These skills along with persistence and problem solving that are used in building a project help your child develop into a more confident maker while having fun.

We offer a few different type of classes and the fee for each class is different as the number of contact hours and the logistics of the classes vary. This fee generally includes the cost of take-home electronic boards and parts, except in certain classes, where the materials fee may be charged separately and could be optional.

The FunGram curriculum starts with basic programming constructs and concepts of electronics in which we use gamification to maintain kids' interest levels and to motivate them to try new things. If your child has some prior experience with programming, he/she will move very quickly to a place where he/she will be challenged with newer concepts and will work on more involved/advanced projects. FunGram curriculum is designed to help your child develop into DOERS from LEARNERS using programming and various electronic gizmos/gadgets (sensors, relays, motors etc.). So, even if your kids are familiar with programming they will benefit from what we are offering.

Please visit here to see all our upcoming classes and click on the one that works for you to be redirected to the class registration page.

ELEMENTARY LEVEL CLASSES

Each kid must bring a laptop for the class. Mac or Windows laptops both work equally well. Please follow the instructions below before attending the first class.

Arduino Software

Please download the Arduino IDE software on your laptop by clicking here for Windows OS or here for Mac OS X .

Install the application you just downloaded, on your laptop. You might need to enter administrator password for your laptop to complete the installation.

Serial (USB) Drivers for Arduino Board

Please download the serial driver installation file by clicking one of the following links:

Windows OS users . Windows driver

Mac OS X version 10.3 to 10.8 users . Mac OS X 10.3-10.8 driver

Mac OS X version 10.9 and above users . Mac OS X 10.9 and above driver .

Install the application you just downloaded and follow the instructions you are prompted with. You might need to enter administrator password for your laptop to complete the installation.

If you have trouble, you may find some help here .

Sparkfun Digital Sandbox Add-on

Download the Digital Sandbox add-on from here .

Launch the Arduino software installed in step 2 above. Then go to the menu, open 'Preferences' and note down the directory specified under ’Sketchbook location:’.

Unzip the. zip file downloaded in step 4.1 and copy all the contents into the directory noted down in step 4.2.

Congratulations! You're done. See you in the class.

MIDDLE SCHOOL LEVEL CLASSES

Each kid must bring a laptop for the class. Chromebook/Mac/Windows/Linux laptops all work equally well. Please follow the instructios below before attending the first class.

Arduino Software

Please create an account for your child at the Codebender site.

Log in to the newly created account and then follow steps 1 through 4 starting here. You may not be able to complete step 4 without an Arduino board, but if you have made it that far, you are good for the class.

Congratulations! You're done. See you in the class.

For help with any of the installation steps, please reach out to us at [email protected] co

We are glad you noticed. The pattern is the sunflower spiral. You can read more about that here

What are your kids learning this summer?

Sign them up for a FunGram programming camp today! There are many options available, but we have limited class sizes!

Coding is Important

Student Engagement

Expert Instructors

Junior (ages 9-12) Level 1 Camps

Tweens and Teens (ages 11+) Level 1 Camps

Junior (ages 9-12) Level 2 Camps

Tweens and Teens (ages 11+) Level 2 Camps

Crafty with Minecraft! Camp (ages 9-13)

FunGram FAQ

Programming lessons from FunGram are based on hands-on activities using Arduino. Various concepts about programming and electronics are introduced and they are used for building larger projects. We believe that it is important to understand “the why” and eventually “the how” for kids to truly enjoy programming. We have each been programming for more than 18 years and while working on various projects, we taught the ins and outs of programming to many engineers during that time. We see that understanding the concepts is essential to become a successful and happy programmer. FunGram lessons are geared to provide a solid foundation by using hands-on, fun-filled activities.

The programming classes are designed for kids who are in 3rd grade and up. We have found that at this age, programming will be rewarding to children as it will appeal to their natural curiosity.

With globalization and increasing reliance on technology and design, STEM and maker skills are essential skills for every child. FunGram classes cover and make use of science, logic and mathematics. These skills along with persistence and problem solving that are used in building a project help your child develop into a more confident maker while having fun.

We offer a few different type of classes and the fee for each class is different as the number of contact hours and the logistics of the classes vary. This fee generally includes the cost of take-home electronic boards and parts, except in certain classes, where the materials fee may be charged separately and could be optional.

The FunGram curriculum starts with basic programming constructs and concepts of electronics in which we use gamification to maintain kids' interest levels and to motivate them to try new things. If your child has some prior experience with programming, he/she will move very quickly to a place where he/she will be challenged with newer concepts and will work on more involved/advanced projects. FunGram curriculum is designed to help your child develop into DOERS from LEARNERS using programming and various electronic gizmos/gadgets (sensors, relays, motors etc.). So, even if your kids are familiar with programming they will benefit from what we are offering.

Please visit here to see all our upcoming classes and click on the one that works for you to be redirected to the class registration page.

ELEMENTARY LEVEL CLASSES

Each kid must bring a laptop for the class. Mac or Windows laptops both work equally well. Please follow the instructions below before attending the first class.

Arduino Software

Please download the Arduino IDE software on your laptop by clicking here for Windows OS or here for Mac OS X .

Install the application you just downloaded, on your laptop. You might need to enter administrator password for your laptop to complete the installation.

Serial (USB) Drivers for Arduino Board

Please download the serial driver installation file by clicking one of the following links:

Windows OS users . Windows driver

Mac OS X version 10.3 to 10.8 users . Mac OS X 10.3-10.8 driver

Mac OS X version 10.9 and above users . Mac OS X 10.9 and above driver .

Install the application you just downloaded and follow the instructions you are prompted with. You might need to enter administrator password for your laptop to complete the installation.

If you have trouble, you may find some help here .

Sparkfun Digital Sandbox Add-on

Download the Digital Sandbox add-on from here .

Launch the Arduino software installed in step 2 above. Then go to the menu, open 'Preferences' and note down the directory specified under ’Sketchbook location:’.

Unzip the. zip file downloaded in step 4.1 and copy all the contents into the directory noted down in step 4.2.

Congratulations! You're done. See you in the class.

MIDDLE SCHOOL LEVEL CLASSES

Each kid must bring a laptop for the class. Chromebook/Mac/Windows/Linux laptops all work equally well. Please follow the instructios below before attending the first class.

Arduino Software

Please create an account for your child at the Codebender site.

Log in to the newly created account and then follow steps 1 through 4 starting here. You may not be able to complete step 4 without an Arduino board, but if you have made it that far, you are good for the class.

Congratulations! You're done. See you in the class.

For help with any of the installation steps, please reach out to us at [email protected] co

We are glad you noticed. The pattern is the sunflower spiral. You can read more about that here

What are your kids learning this summer?

Sign them up for a FunGram programming camp today! There are many options available, but we have limited class sizes!

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Advocacy Activity Scale (AAS) A 14-item instrument used to provide a measure of involvement in a range of activities representing advocacy for people with acquired brain injury.

Agitated Behavior Scale (ABS) A 14-item instrument used for serial assessment of agitation by clinician raters.

Apathy Evaluation Scale (AES) An 18-item instrument used for evaluation of apathy. Can be self-rated or rated by a clinician or significant other.

Awareness Questionnaire (AQ) An 18-item measure of self-awareness. Can be self-rated or rated by a clinician or significant other.

Cognitive Log (Cog-Log) A 10-item measure used for serial measurement of cognition by clinician raters.

Coma/Near Coma Scale (CNC) An 11-item instrument used by clinicians to assess low-level brain-injured patients.

Coma Recovery Scale-Revised(CRS-R) A 23-item instrument used to assist with differential diagnosis, prognostic assessment, and treatment planning with patients with disorders of consciousness.

Confusion Assessment Protocol (CAP) A 58-item instrument used by clinicians to measure confusion.

The Community Balance and Mobility Scale (CB&M) A scale developed to identify postural instability and evaluate change following intervention in the higher functioning ambulatory individual with TBI.

Community Integration Questionnaire (CIQ) A 15-item instrument used to measre community integration. Can be self-rated or rated by a clinician or significant other.

The Craig Handicap Assessment and Reporting Technique (CHART) A 32-item instrument used to measure participation. Can be self-rated or rated by or significant other.

The Craig Handicap Assessment and Reporting Technique Short Form (CHART SF) A 19-item instrument used to measure participation (a shorter version of the CHART). Can be self-rated or rated by or significant other.

The Craig Hospital Inventory of Environmental Factors (CHIEF) A 25-item instrument used to measure environmental factors and the impact of environmental factors. Self-rated.

Disability Rating Scale (DRS) An 8-item instrument used by clinicians to measure disability.

(Studying) Employment Variables after TBI A report on research having to do with employment following brain injury, and how to measure employment.

The Family Needs Questionnaire (FNQ) A 40-item instrument used to measure family needs as rated by a significant other. Proprietary.

Functional Assessment Measure (FAM) A 12-item adjunct or addition to the FIM(TM) adding more brain injury/stroke related items. Rated by clinicians.

Functional Independence Measure (FIM) (TM) An 18-item instrument used by clinicians to measure disability. Proprietary.

Glasgow Outcome Scale (GOS) A 1-item instrument used by clinicians to measure disability.

Extended Glasgow Outcome Scale (GOS-E) A 1-item instrument used by clinicians to measure disability. An extension of the GOS that has 8 categories rather than 5.

High Level Mobility Assessment Tool (HiMAT) A 13-item measure used to quantify high-level mobility outcomes following traumatic brain injury (TBI).

Independent Living Scale (ILS) The ILS assesses three main areas: activities of daily living (ADL's), behavior and initiation.

Level of Cognitive Functioning Scale (LCFS) A 1-item instrument used by clinicians to assess cognitive functioning. Commonly referred to as the Rancho Scale.

Mayo Portland Adaptability Inventory (MPAI) A 35-item instrument that measures problems after brain injury. Can be self-rated or rated by a clinician or significant other.

Mississippi Aphasia Screening Test (MAST) A 46-item instrument used by clinicians to measure communication and language skills.

Moss Attention Rating Scale (MARS) A 22-item observational instrument to measure attention related behavior.

Neurobehavioral Functioning Inventory (NFI) A 76-item instrument used to measure symptoms and behaviors after brain injury. Proprietary.

The Orientation Log (O-Log) A 10-item measure used by clinicians to serially assess orientation.

The Overt Behaviour Scale (OBS) Measures 9 categories of challenging behavior. Scoring includes severity, frequency, and impact.

The Patient Competency Rating Scale (PCRS) A 30-item measure of self-awareness. Can be self-rated or rated by a clinician or significant other.

The Participation Assessment with Recombined Tools-Objective (PART-O) A 17-item objective measure of participation, representing functioning at the societal level. Developed by the NIDRR-sponsored Traumatic Brain Injury Model Systems.

Participation Objective, Participation Subjective This instrument asks questions regarding 26 activities or elements of participation. Objective questions relate to the frequency of an activity, subjective questions relate to the importance of an activity and the satisfaction with their current participation in an activity.

Satisfaction With Life Scale (SWLS) A 5-item instrument used to measure life satisfaction. Self-rated.

(Problematic) Substance Use Identified in the TBI Model Sytems National Dataset A report on research involving substance use and traumatic brain injury, and how to measure substance use.

Service Obstacle Scale (SOS) A 6-item instrument that measures perceptions regarding brain-injury related services. Can be self-rated or rated by a significant other.

Supervision Rating Scale (SRS) A 1-item instrument used by clinicians to measure amount of received supervision.

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Shipping Information

We take great pride in the way your order is packaged and delivered.

Prompt Shipping – We ship orders shortly after your payment has been cleared – generally within 2 business days.

Fully Insured – We fully insure all shipments with Lloyd's of London.

Privacy – Your package will have no external markings that provide any clue as to the contents. Because we insure packages with Lloyd's of London, we do not declare a value or insure with the carrier.

Accountability for Package Contents – Your order will be packed under video surveillance, weighed and double checked prior to shipping to ensure you receive exactly what you ordered.

Professional Packaging – Your order will packaged securely and professionally.

Tracking – We will provide you with the carrier's tracking number for your shipment so you can monitor its progress and plan for delivery.

Signature Confirmation – All shipments must be signed for so you can rest assured that your shipment will not be left on the doorstep or in your mailbox.

Cost to Ship & Insure

(absent periodic special offers for free or discounted shipping)