This course is an exploration of creative artefacts, their patterns and how to represent these artefacts and share them as computational models. Starting from example patterns of music, art and poetry we will examine patterns and the language we use to represent these patterns. These representations will be used to explore computational thinking and the relationship between computational thinking and the computer science, that is the fundamentals of writing programs that machines can understand so they can do the things we need. And in that process understanding more about our own creative problem solving process.
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