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2017 Winter Course Schedule

Programming

16

Feb'17

Why We Suggest to Learn Python As Your First Programming Language

Python nowadays is chosen to be first programming language for those newbies and young students who never programmed before. There are many reasons: Learning Python can quickly satisfy children curiosity for understanding what can be done with programs. The learning curve is not as steep as with other languages. It is easiest languages without complex syntax! Code is short and natural! Community support is amazing! Large standard library! It’s cross-platform! and it’s free!!! As a first language, we found out Python is the ideal language to learn for anyone wanting to get started. It give student quickly introduction to basic concepts such as loops and functions, permit students to concentrate on important programming skills such as problem decomposition and data type design. As student learning progresses, there’s more added on – Check our blog – “So I’ve ‘learned’ Python … Now What?” Keep in mind, Python is not only a kid-friendly programming language, but also a powerful language in real world – Python is used to build mission critical systems at Google, Dropbox, Pinterest, Instagram and Big Data!!!.

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24

Dec'16

Ten Reasons Why Learning Coding is a Great Way to Start Kids Right

Is it important for all children to learn how to write programs or coding? After all, very few children grow up to become programmer. So why should everyone learn to write programs? Here are the top ten reasons why children should learn coding early on.
1. STRENGTHEN logical thinking.
The most important thing in the writing programs is breaking down the big problem into small problems. In coding this is about learning how to arrange the code reasonably in the whole process. This helps to process the input and calculate right, until the output. By doing so, the child’s ability to analyze logically will greatly improve.

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