Computer Coding Python Projects for Kids by Carol Vorderman

Computer Coding Python Projects for Kids: A Step-by-Step Visual Guide by Carol Vorderman
Requirements: .PDF reader, 21.9 MB
Overview: Computer Coding Python for Kids has all you need to master Python – one of the world’s most popular computer programming languages.

Python is easier than other professional coding languages yet no less powerful. Computer Coding Python for Kids uses a hands-on approach to show it how works, with step-by-step projects that build knowledge gradually, from simple functions to building a space treasure game, kids will not only learn essential coding skills but have fun as they learn. Plus there are tips to personalise and adapt each project to encourage creative thinking.

Just by following the steps and kids will be building crazy games and handy apps in no time.
Genre: Non-Fiction > Tech & Devices

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Coding 1, 2, 3 (Starting with STEAM) by Janet Slingerland

Coding 1, 2, 3 by Janet Slingerland (Starting with STEAM)
Requirements: .PDF reader, 1.9 MB
Overview: How does a computer know what to do? In this STEAM based title, learn about code and the process coders use to program computers. This title supports NGSS for Waves and their Applications in Technologies For Information Transfer.
Genre: Non-Fiction > Tech & Devices

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Start Coding! Learn HTML, CSS, and JavaScript

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Program Microcontrollers With Drawings – Coding No More

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Creative Coding For Kids by Tariq Rashid

Creative Coding For Kids by Tariq Rashid
Requirements: .PDF reader, 42,9 MB
Overview: Creative Coding for Kids – A Structured Course of Short Projects For Young and New Coders.This course was developed in response to demand from teachers and parents for a child-friendly course that:* engages students visually* avoids complicated technology setup* teaches programming and computer science conceptsThis course is specifically designed to be accessible to young learners, with language carefully chosen to maximise understanding. The course projects are kept short, with lots of illustrations, and planned breakpoints for exploring and playing.As students progress through the course, they will learn about, and gain experience with, programming and computer science concepts that are applicable to many other programming languages they might learn in future.The course has been tested and refined over two years with children in code clubs, secondary schools, home education groups, and also with adults in creative coding groups.
Genre: Non-Fiction > Tech & Devices

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Teaching Coding through Game Creation by Sarah Kepple

Teaching Coding through Game Creation by Sarah Kepple
Requirements: .ePUB reader, 32,7 MB
Overview: In our technology-obsessed society, computer coding is a highly valued and in-demand skill, but many people consider it an activity only for technology geeks and educated professionals-even more so to teach coding. Not so, says author Sarah Kepple. In this accessible guide, she explains why you don’t have to be an expert to lead coding, shows how easy and rewarding learning and teaching coding can be, and provides step-by-step instructions to help you and your community get started. The book shows how to engage students quickly with learning activities that springboard off of the powerful appeal of video games. The author takes users through activities that introduce popular programming languages-including GameMaker, javascript, Python, and Scratch-to create video games, and in the process, to learn coding. These activities, themed around classic and popular stories, appeal to a broad age range-from elementary-age youth through high school and beyond to adults and seniors. Readers will see why school and public libraries are venues ideally suited for coding classes, workshops, clubs, or camps, and they will understand why teaching coding not only meets an important need but also serves to highlight the library’s relevance to its community.
Genre: Non-Fiction > Tech & Devices

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Crytography And Coding: 6th Ima International Conference …

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Clean Python: Elegant Coding in Python by Sunil Kapil

Clean Python: Elegant Coding in Python by Sunil Kapil
Requirements: .PDF reader, 1.2 Mb
Overview: Discover the right way to code in Python. This book provides the tips and techniques you need to produce cleaner, error-free, and eloquent Python projects.
Your journey to better code starts with understanding the importance of formatting and documenting your code for maximum readability, utilizing built-in data structures and Python dictionary for improved maintainability, and working with modules and meta-classes to effectively organize your code. You will then dive deep into the new features of the Python language and learn how to effectively utilize them. Next, you will decode key concepts such as asynchronous programming, Python data types, type hinting, and path handling. Learn tips to debug and conduct unit and integration tests in your Python code to ensure your code is ready for production. The final leg of your learning journey equips you with essential tools for version management, managing live code, and intelligent code completion.After reading and using this book, you will be proficient in writing clean Python code and successfully apply these principles to your own Python projects.
Genre: Non-Fiction > Tech & Devices

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Create a Chat Bot wo Coding

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Coding Projects in Scratch: A Step-by-Step Visual Guide to Coding…


Coding Projects in Scratch: A Step-by-Step Visual Guide to Coding Your Own Animations, Games, Simulations, a
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Learn The Programming Basics With No Coding!

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Coding, Bugs, and Fixes (Kids Get Coding)


Coding, Bugs, and Fixes (Kids Get Coding)
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JavaScript: Elite JavaScript Coding by Keith Dvorjak

JavaScript: Elite JavaScript Coding From The Ground Up (DIY JavaScript Book 4) by Keith Dvorjak
Requirements: .ePUB, .MOBI/.AZW reader, 440 kb
Overview: Are you clueless about coding? Are you lost understanding computer languages? Are you intimidated by the learning curve? Don’t be! JavaScript is one of the most common and powerful computer languages around. It is easy to use, easy to understand, and is the driving force behind some of the most popular websites around. Facebook uses it. Google uses it. Netflix uses it, and yes — even Amazon uses it. Would you like to learn how to use it?
JavaScript: Elite JavaScript Coding From The Ground Up is the fourth entry in a series of books designed to make JavaScript accessible to the novice user. This series will break up the material into bite-sized chunks, and take readers from uninitiated programmer to expert coder, with layman explanations and code examples.
A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step. Take the first step to becoming code savvy with one of the most popular, useful, powerful computer languages on the market. Buy JavaScript: Elite JavaScript Coding From The Ground Up, and set yourself on your own personal path to coding greatness!
Genre: Non-Fiction > Tech & Devices

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Coding Faster: Getting More Productive with Microsoft Visual Studio: Covers Microsoft Visual Studio 2005, 2008, and 2010

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