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This book teaches young coders Python, and also teaches their mentor how to help guide them. The student can move at their own pace, reaching out to the mentor when necessary. Each chapter provides pointers to the expert on where a student might get stuck and how best to help them, as well as completed code samples for the student to play with. All projects also start with stub code, which tends to be much less intimidating for a young learner to work with. There will also be runnable code and videos paired with the lessons.
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Programming Projects for Kids and MentorsAbout the Author:
Katie Cunningham is a Python and Django developer for Cox Media Group. While she had always had an interest in programming, it didn’t turn into a career until she started to work at NASA. There, she slowly transitioned from gathering requirements to developing full time, advocating the use of more open source in the government sector.
It was at NASA that she gained an interest in 508 compliance. At first, she was only interested in getting her applications through QA faster. Over time, however, she gained a passion for a web that was easy for everyone to use. Now in the private sector, she is championing compliance even for websites that don’t require it by law.
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