Warren Sande is an Electronic Systems Engineer who uses Python as his favorite "do anything" scripting language at work, and also uses it to help teach people about computers and programming. He holds a degree in Electronic Systems Engineering from the University of Regina, Saskatchewan, as well as a Diploma in Communication Arts from the Southern Alberta Institute of Technology.
Carter Sande is a high school student who is passionate about technology. When he's not fixing his school's network and helping his classmates recover lost homework, he likes to ride his bike and write retro video games.
My son is 10 and wants to do what dad does. Wrote software. My husband is about the worst, most inpatient teacher you ever met. He understands the topic so why don't you? Read morePublished 14 days ago by Michael Kolanos
I am one of those "other beginners" as well. This book is wonderful! This kind of resource is perfect for a newbie like me who would normally find the world of programming... Read morePublished 29 days ago by Jordanna Wood
I looked all over for a class, book or program to introduce my 10 year old nephew to programming. As I was going through reviews for other books, I noticed that Hello World! Read morePublished 2 months ago by Jeneanne Paden
My son love programming and this is a very entertaining and easy to understand book on the subject.Published 2 months ago by David Tuomi
Our youngest grandson, Michael, hopes to become a computer wizard. The book will help him to learn more about computers.Published 2 months ago by Loretta W. Davis
Gift for my 8 year old grandson. He took to it immediately. He's technologically advanced and needed little supervision.Published 2 months ago by MV Lady