Learn to code in Python 3.x this summer.

Open call to anyone interested in learning how to program computers using Python 3.x.
Let's get together in person and/or on-line and lets learn how to program in Python 3.x together.

I am looking for people interested in learning how to code in Python 3.x to make interesting applications and games.

Did you know you can create a compiled .exe program using Python and distribute your application to your friends and fans for them to use? They will not need to do anything but run download the program and run it.

Python is an open source programming language that has a large following.

You can even make a web server using Python and create interactive web site applications and web based games using the free language.

Together we will learn about planning an application, using git to track our code development and explore various frame works for developing and shipping code.

Visit WapTug.Com and register for membership and get your on-line WebIDE activated so you can get going with others interested in coding. Our WebIDE is collaborative and allows you to code the same program with others in a pair or small group. You can see what your team mates are typing and you can type at the same time too.

Learn about Python at https://www.python.org/

And get a good start with some cool videos here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tKTZoB2Vjuk&list=PLC8825D0450647509

Here is the link to the course we will be covering together here: https://developers.google.com/edu/python

Thanks for reading and keep coding!

One comment

  1. mike says:

    The links point to a great class on python 2.x
    The main thing to remember is that in python 3.x the print statement needs to have () around the things you want printed to the screen.
    Example:

    Python 2.x example:

    print ‘Hello, World’

    Python 3.x example

    print (‘Hello, World’)

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