A Beginner's Guide to Coding (Hardcover)
Ever wondered how to make a computer follow instructions? If so, then it is time to get coding!
A Beginner's Guide to Coding is an easy-to-follow guide to the basics of coding, using the free programming languages of Scratch and Python. These step-by-step projects will have young coders talking to their own chatbots or making their own computer games in no time. Accessible, engaging, and fun, this book is bursting with eye-catching illustrations and fantastic projects to introduce aspiring young programmers to the world of coding.
About the Author
Marc Scott is a former Computer Science and Systems & Control teacher, working in the Secondary School sector. He now works as Head of Curriculum Development for the Raspberry Pi Foundation.
Mick Marston is a designer, commercial illustrator, lecturer, and printmaker. A graduate of Leeds Metropolitan, his clients include Atlantic Records, The Guardian, and Penguin.
With coding integrated into most schools and lots of public libraries, there is certainly an interest in materials like this . . . A useful resource." - School Library Journal