The BBC micro:bit is a big hit. One million were donated free of charge to British schools in 2016 and they're heading for international markets all around the world.
The world is changing, it seems that everything has code in it. From fridges to cars to smartphones and beyond. So learning to code is essential and the younger you are when you start, the better. Knowing how to code will give you opportunities denied to those who cannot. And what's more... it's a lot of fun!
Coding is only one facet of the changing world we're concerned with at Bitty Software. It's also an increasingly connected world so many of our apps and coding tutorials will highlight communication between devices.
And most of them will not be PCs or smartphones.
So, welcome to Bitty Software! We provide smartphone and web applications which work with devices like the BBC micro:bit as well as tutorials and other educational resources that help you learn how to write code for your micro:bit. You'll learn about coding *and* about communications too.
BittyWeb puts a series of educational tools for use with the BBC micro:bit, in the hands of every member of the class, coding or robotics club using only a web browser. Visualise invisible phenomena like motion, carbon dioxide levels and capacitor discharge behaviours in physics lessons using Bitty Data Logger. Program and remote-control robots for engineering projects using Bitty Controller. Learn all about three dimensional geometry using Bitty Polyhedra. More apps are planned as well, so if you don't have an account yet, signup today and prepare to run the most immersive and engaging lessons ever!