GROUPON DEAL: 5-Hr Kids’ Inno-Tech Gym Robotics & 3D Drawing

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Highlights

Redeem your Groupon on mobile. No printout required. Understand robotic motor functions and logic flow of programming, and learn simple mechanics such as the pulley system, gear, and pivot.

GENERAL

  • Valid within 3 months from date of purchase.
  • Valid 10am – 8pm daily (including public holidays).
  • Each Groupon is valid for one entry only.
  • For customers aged 7 – 17 only.
  • Not valid with on-going promotions or discounts.
  • Call 03-7732 2373 / 018-358 0232 for enquiries.

Expired on December 2016


NEWS: Little Botz™ Academy as new ‘Rakan Kelab TaHa’.

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NEWS UPDATE: Little Botz™ Academy is pleased to announce its new collaboration with Tabung Haji as  ‘Rakan Kelab TaHa’.  Therefore Kelab TaHa member will gained some of the priviledge from Little Botz Academy as below

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Kelab TaHa is open to all student from primary and secondary school in Malaysia, Kelab TaHa also function to promote all their members to joined any activities and programs conducted by Tabung Haji. Visit Tabung Haji Website for more information.

 


Join our Jr. Facilitator Program 2016

The Jr. Facilitator Program offers part time employment opportunity that comes together with professional training and certification for individuals who are interested in exploring technology education, specifically with RERO and LEGO Mindstorm Ev3 robot. The program intends to create a community of creators and innovators with an opportunity to be part of Little Botz Family.

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Entry Requirement:
• Diploma and above/working experience; OR
• SPM/STPM graduates; OR
• Fresh graduates.

Age Qualification: Minimum 17 years old.
Commitment: Part Time

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REGISTRATION FEES: RM50 **

** REGISTRATION FEE can be replaced after completing two (2) hours (120 mins) of service with us.

REGISTER HERE.


Easter 2016 Robotic Workshop

Do you have a mechanical mind? Do you like to build things?
School Holiday has never been more fun! We will rock your school holiday during this March with Easter 2016 Robotic Workshop.

In our workshop, students are taught engineering basics via exploration, trial and error field testing. Instead of simply following the instructions, students are encouraged to think critically about how and why their design needs to adapt to changing conditions.

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Full day program (10:00 AM – 5:00 PM)
Venue: Little Botz Academy ((Branch) at level 2, Atria Shopping Gallery *Next to Jungle Gym

Course offered: LEGO Mindstorms EV3

Certificate and lunch is provided.

Fill up your details and book a date! Hurry!
EASTER REGISTRATION HERE


HardSploit: A Framework To Audit IoT Devices Security.

IoT or the Internet Of Things is gaining popularity rapidly and at the same time their security is also becoming a matter of concern. Recently there has been reports about various IoTs being vulnerable to hacking,like hacking baby monitors,Hacking Smart Cars,Hacking Gas Stations & Blowing them up and even Smart Fridges which can lead to compromising Gmail accounts. So far there is no comprehensive tool dedicated specially for auditing the security of Internet Of things.

What is HardSploit?

HardSploit is an all-in-one hacking tool for hardware security audits,especially for the IoT devices. It is a complete tool box (Hardware + Software),a Framework which aims to:

  • Facilitate the audit of electronic systems for industry ‘security’ workers (Consultant, Auditor, Pentesters, product designer etc.)
  • Increase the level of security (and trust!) of new communicating products designed by industry

According to the creators HardSploit is a tool with software and electronic aspects. They called it a framework because that is a technical and modular platform (using FPGA) to perform security tests on electronic communications interfaces of embedded devices.

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Why Memory Optimizers and RAM Boosters Are Worse Than Useless

Many companies want to sell you “memory optimizers,” often as part of “PC optimization” programs. These programs are worse than useless — not only will they not speed up your computer, they’ll slow it down.

Such programs take advantage of inexperienced users, making false promises about boosting performance. In reality, your computer knows how to manage RAM on its own. It will use RAM to increase your computer’s performance — there’s no point in having RAM sit empty.

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Memory optimizers are based on a misunderstanding. You may look at your computer’s RAM and see it filling up — for example, you may have 4 GB of RAM and see that 3 GB is full with only 1 GB to spare. That can be surprising to some people — look how bloated modern versions of Windows are! How are you ever going to run additional programs with so little memory available?

In reality, modern operating systems are pretty good at managing memory on their own. That 3 GB of used RAM doesn’t necessarily indicate waste. Instead, your computer uses your RAM to cache data for faster access. Whether it’s copies of web pages you had open in your browser, applications you previously opened, or any other type of data you might need again soon, your computer hangs onto it in its RAM. When you need the data again, your computer doesn’t have to hit your hard drive — it can just load the files from RAM.

 

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10 Reasons Today’s Students NEED Technology in the Classroom

Technology is everywhere, entwined in almost every part of our lives. It affects how we shop, socialize, connect, play, and most importantly learn. With their great and increasing presence in our lives it only makes sense to have mobile technology in the classroom. Yet there are some schools that are delaying this imminent future of using technology in the classroom as the valuable learning tool it is.

Here is a list of ten reasons your school should implement technology in the classroom.

1) If used correctly, will help prepare students for their future careers, which will inevitably include the use of wireless technology

 

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2) Integrating technology into the classroom is definitely a great way to reach diversity in learning styles.

3) It gives students the chance to interact with their classmates more by encouraging collaboration.

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