I got this mail a few days ago, which I think some of my readers might find interesting. It’s not a new male enhancement formula, rather an offer from Robotics Academy for a free Robot Virtual World programming course. Below you will find a copy of the mail (with some tweaks to make it a little more readable on my blog).
Free Robot Virtual World Programming Course!
The Robotics Academy is offering self-paced training on how to program robots using their new Robot Virtual World Software. The courses are free and users can log into the class and use class resources any time that they want to. The course will teach basic programming skills using LEGO, VEX, and CMU developed virtual robots. Questions will be answered via a forum.
There are two RVW courses:
The ROBOTC Programming for Robot Virtual Worlds is a general course where anyone that wants to learn to program LEGO and VEX robots using our new Robot Virtual World software can sign up and learn how to program robots in a game-like environment.
The Boy Scout ROBOTC Programming for Robot Virtual Worlds class is designed for the Boy Scouts of America. In this course we will show Boy Scouts and Boy Scout Leaders how to program LEGO and VEX robots. We will also show them how they can find resources that will enable them to earn their Robotics Merit Badge.
The course requirements are:
- An Internet Connection
- A newer computer; the virtual world will work better if the computer has a video card. See Computer Requirements
- An account with the Computer Science Student Network.
The Robotics Academy