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Kids can easily master Python programming with these two series of classes.
Python is one of the most popular and powerful programming language in the world today. It is today the #1 introductory language for computer science in top universities worldwide.
Python is also the best language choice for teaching kids of 12+ and kids can certainly learn to code it quite easily.
The full program consists of two stages.
Stage 1 builds a solid foundation using IDLE. Kids will find it easy to understand and absorb the basic programming concepts by using the captivating turtle graphics and a simple guess the number game. Lesson 6 will get you started with coding computer games with Pygame Zero.
Stage 2 leads you to master games programming using PyGame Zero.
There are 6 sessions (1 1/2 hours each) in Stage 1.
Python provides many modules that you can use in your programs. Some of these modules enable us to do mathematics, send email or fetch web pages.
In this lesson we will look at the turtle module. We will use it to create turtles which we can use to draw shapes and patterns.
This game introduces many important concepts in a short program such as :
The Pygame Zero library makes it easy to create computer games. This lesson will get you started with the basics of using Pygame Zero with IDLE.
|Feb 28, Mar 3, 7, 10, 16 and 19, 2022
All classes conducted from 11.00 am to 12.30 pm
Zoom online Weekday Batch 5
|March 5, 6, 12, 13, 20 and 26, 2022
All lessons conducted from 11.00am-12.30pm
Zoom online Weekend Batch 4
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Since 2006, he has conducted professional training courses in Python programming at the introductory, intermediate and advanced levels for several leading multinational companies in Malaysia, including Intel, F-Secure, CSGI, Experian and MIMOS amongst many others. He also conducts courses for the Django Web Development Framework, Linux and Tcl/Tk.
He also speaks frequently about Python, most recently at the MiniPyCon 2014 in Kuala Lumpur and at the Institution of Engineers, Malaysia.
Currently he operates Pytech Resources which specializes in Python and Django training and consultancy and software development. He has previously worked in technical and management positions with British Petroleum, ITT and Alcatel and also attended a senior management training program at the London Business School, UK.
He created the software for a leading e-commerce website using Python that dynamically generates comprehensive pdf reports either in English or Chinese and continues active development of new products for this website. But today Boey is primarily focused on teaching Python and Django.