Teach Your Kids to Code A Parent-Friendly Guide to Python Programming |Book Review

By CSL Staff
September 24, 2015

 

Teach Your Kids to Code

 

For today’s tech savvy generation coding may just become the new family board game. 

Teach Your Kids to Code A Parent-Friendly Guide to Python Programming by Bryson Payne (No Starch Press, $29.95)

This book is not just for kids. By simplifying the sometimes arcane world of programming Payne has written a resource book that is equally as edifying for adults as it is for kids. While the book is written for Python, the basic principles and means of applying a logical solution to problems will aid kids who want to transfer their skills to other computer languages. For today’s tech savvy generation coding may just become the new family board game.


This article first appeared in the Fall 2015 issue of City Style and Living Magazine.