My first introduction to programming was back in 2005 when I was in grade 5. We were introduced to this new course in our school curriculum called Computer Science. The only useful aspect of that course that I still remember is the Turtle Graphics program. It uses a very unpopular programming language called Logo. The … Continue reading Turtle Graphics! (Logo Programming)
Libraries and Programming Concepts The plethora of libraries available for Python is one of its very big advantage. You can find a library for almost anything that you want to do with Python, be it reading an excel file to extract data or plotting your data on a 3d animated graph. This extensive list of … Continue reading Where to Start? (C vs Python) Part 2
In this day and age, if you are not a native English speaker (which is a majority of us considering world demographics), to be able to communicate in English is a skill that is almost a necessity for any job. You might not need to use it on a daily basis, but every so often you face … Continue reading Where to start? (C vs Python) Part 1
If you are an engineer, a physicist, or even a mathematician, you would have at some point in your life tried to "print" these two words on a computer screen. This is programming in a nutshell, it a way of manipulating our machines (computers) to do what we want. There is however a language barrier … Continue reading Hello, World!