Educational content for the Spark Sessions
When students enter 42's core curriculum they might only have ever programmed 4 or 5 C modules. These projects are divided in parts of no more than 50 lines of code. So when these students start their core curriculum they might get overwhelmed by a project like
ft_printf, which requires a >100 lines of code, and has a lot of moving parts. To help with students with tackling such a relatively complex project the Spark Sessions were created. By exploring a couple relevant concepts in a structured way, we hope to jumpstart the designer mindset that is needed for building larger projects.
Each session consists of a couple exercises to help students understand some core functionality of a given Intra project. For example: the get_next_line spark session covers the use of static variables.
Each session is hosted by 1 or more moderators, they are students that are very comfortable with the project. They help the attendees run through the exercises.
./philosophy/ for more information.
NodeJS >= 16.x
git clone --recursive [email protected]:codam-coding-college/spark-sessions.git cd spark-sessions chmod -R 777 hooks/ cp hooks/* .git/hooks/