The complete beginner's guide to Python, for young people who want to start today Adventures in Python is designed for 11-to 15-year olds who want to teach themselves Python programming, but don't know where to start. Even if you have no programming experience at all, this easy to follow format and clear, simple instruction will get you up and running quickly. The book walks you through nine projects that teach you the fundamentals of programming in general, and Python in particular, gradually building your skills until you have the confidence and ability to tackle your own projects. Video clips accompany each chapter to provide even more detailed explanation of important concepts, so you feel supported every step of the way. Python is one of the top programming languages worldwide, with an install base in the millions. It's a favourite language at Google, YouTube, the BBC, and Spotify, and is the primary programming language for the Raspberry Pi. As an open-source language, Python is freely downloadable, with extensive libraries readily available, making it an ideal entry into programming for the beginner. Adventures in Python helps you get started, giving you the foundation you need to follow your curiosity. Start learning Python at its most basic level Learn where to acquire Python and how to set it up Understand Python syntax and interpretation for module programming Develop the skills that apply to any programming language Python programming skills are invaluable, and developing proficiency gives you a head start in learning other languages like C++, Objective-C, and Java. When learning feels like fun, you won't ever want to stop a so get started today with Adventures in Python.So, all you need for your adventures is a computer running Windows, Mac or Linux, an Internet connection, a mouse, keyboard and ... Adventure 1 introduces Python and shows you how to create programs that use text. ... Youa#39;ll make pictures and build on the things you ... and make animations, and in Adventure 6 youa#39;ll find out how to use PyGame to detect keyboard presses for input in your programs, anbsp;...
|Title||:||Adventures in Python|
|Publisher||:||John Wiley & Sons - 2015-01-29|