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Warren Sande is an Electronic Systems Engineer who uses Python (and other languages) in his work, and also uses it to help teach his son 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, specializing in Broadcasting, from the Southern Alberta Institute of Technology. He has taught introductory software courses to computer novices.
Carter Sande is a bright, curious, energetic, and thoughtful boy who loves computers, playing the piano, bouncing on the trampoline, and Mario. He has been playing and experimenting with computers from a young age.
I honestly consider this book as gold. I originally took my first computer science class in spring semester of 2009-2010 in college, in Python, and of course several others in the... Read morePublished 15 days ago by Yuki H.
Good little programming book, but a few years behind in the version you'd want for Python. Could still be of use if you keep in mind Python's more recent changes.Published 3 months ago by MrTruth
This was very friendly and easy to understand. The stories were fun and the topics well put together.
I learned a lot.
Although I will admit this book is very well written, it is not as "kid friendly" as the name suggests. My two boys are 11 and 13 and in every way very geeky. Read morePublished 12 months ago by s4ndm4n2006
Good for the young ones and beginners of programming too. Recommended for all those choosing programing as a field of career.Published 12 months ago by Ralph Atansuyi
My 10 yr old and I are going through this book, she is able to read and understand what is going on, the exercises are excellent for myself and her who are both learning.Published 13 months ago by Renee
I was looking for a way to teach kids about programming in a fun and exciting way. I found hello world and though I think that I have to go through it one more time to make sure I... Read morePublished 14 months ago by Asriel
I'm giving this version a single star. This version uses the syntax of python 2, and much of that syntax has changed with python 3. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Stephen Parker