In September I accepted an informal challenge to build an automatic Google Form to Calendar invite Add-on. I've had some experience with coding. (More like just fun trial and error with computers.) I read the article and dug into the concept.
I was surprised at how easy Google Scripts was to use. Once I understood the concept of a line of code the door to explore opened. It wasn't just easy it was also pretty fun to code. Google scripts is extremely powerful and can give some major returns pretty quickly. The process of developing a full add-on had it's own hurdles but was ultimately rewarding not only in the success and ideas for further development but for the personal connections and doors it opened. Check out AutoInvite here.
Education Technology and Programming explored by a self taught coder working in NYC Schools.
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