FRC Training 2017
Robokong is offering two classes this year; C++ and Solidworks

Cost is $20 per student. For $20, you can take one or both classes.
If you are a member of Robokong, you don't need to pay.

Computer that can be used for C++ and Solidworks.
Needs to be a computer where software can be installed.
Must be able to run Windows
A Solidworks license which can be obtained below
Will be installing Eclipse and FRC Toolchains for C++
Will be installing Solidworks for Solidworks class
If you are not part of Robokong, please have your team mentor obtain licenses for Solidworks from the following link

C++ Class August 1-4, 6-8PM Instructor Rick Sisk
Learn how to program an FRC Robot using C++.
Each student will learn
How to generate and test a basic drive program
What is WPILIB and how to use it
Basic C++ concepts
Controlling the robot
How to use the joystick
Using Encoders
Prerequisite: Must bring your own computer, we will load the software on it for you.

Solidworks Class August 8-11, 6-8PM Instructor: Cody Eves
Learn how to design an FRC robot using Solidworks
Each student will learn
How to use Solidworks user interface
How to create parts
How to print parts for manufacture
How to create assemblies
How to work in a group using Solidworks
How to design an FRC drive train using Solidworks
Must bring your own computer. We will help you load software
Must have a license for Solidworks, have your mentor apply now

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