On Tue, May 24, 2005 at 11:57:58AM +0100, James McCarthy wrote:
> im thinking along the python ruby route, although i preffer ruby im
> leaning more to python.
> im also thinking project based learing, using pygame where they have
> to develop simple games as projects.
>> the goal is to get them interested so they'll continue programing,
> hopefully until it becomes a hobby.
it might be an idea to try and find a large, well-written application in
python or ruby and have them add a feature or two.
reading code is good way to learn a language as well.
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