• Title English : “Learn to code in Python with Minecraft: From 10 years old.”
• Author : David Whale and Martin O’Hanlon
• Pages : 350 Sheet
• Publisher : Eyrolles; Edition: 1 (September 8, 2016)
• Collection : Pour les kids (For kids)
• ISBN-10: 2212142927
• ISBN-13: 978-2212142921
• Product Dimensions : 23 x 1,7 x 19 cm
• Format Kindle : DOCx, PDF and ePub
• Price : €
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• Rating : ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ 6/10
♦ Description : “Translated into 62 languages and available on all platforms (Windows / Mac / Linux, portable or home consoles, and even smartphones), Minecraft has attracted nearly three years after its creation more than 100 million players in the world. world. And with more than 50 million copies sold, Minecraft is the third-best-selling game in history behind Wii Sports and Tetris. Developed by the Swedish publisher Mojang, recently acquired by the giant Microsoft, Minecraft has evolved a lot in recent months. The goal of this book is to learn to program with Minecraft. To do this, it is the Python language, one of the most popular of the moment, which is privileged, whether on Mac, PC or even Raspberry Pi This project is a translation of the book “Adventures in Minecraft” From Wiley.”
“David Whale – I am an embedded software developer, helping to invent the next wave of internet connected devices.
I have been writing computer software since I was 11, first inspired by the school science technician who showed me a kit computer that I could learn to program myself, and I still thoroughly enjoy writing software.
I work as a volunteer for The Institution of Engineering and Technology, where I help teachers and students learn about the exciting world of computer programming, and the creativity and inventiveness that it allows us all to take part in.”
“Martin O’Hanlon – I am AN IT systems designer and developer and that i get pleasure from creating fun things with technology and code. The ability to be able to perceive ANd act with the technology that’s all around USA is an implausibly helpful ability however it should not be boring – it ought to be exciting, fascinating and artistic. This is what interests Pine Tree State and that i like to share it with others. I write a web log known as Stuff about=”code” (www.stuffaboutcode.com) and deliver displays and workshops to tykes and educators on exploitation technology.”