I feel like any discussion of reddit as a source of anything requires a “defense of” perspective. There is a traditional and justified fear of going to the internet for help, but I have been pleasantly surprised at the /r/learnpython community. Perhaps it is because the entire purpose of this group is for newbies toContinue reading “In defense of documentation and /r/learnpython”
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Presenting at PyCon!
PyCon 2014 is coming up quickly! I am so excited to be presenting a poster and have been working madly to finish it up. Link to the program entry for my poster My poster focuses on students who are attempting to learn programming and/or Python from outside a standard computer science educational track. These students include (but notContinue reading “Presenting at PyCon!”