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I've finally gotten around to HTMLizing the mini-tutorial I wrote for iamsobored007 back in June. So far it's just the original text with new markup and some minor editing, but I hope to expand on it in the near future - though of course I said that about the C preprocessor tutorial, and I still need to fix that, too.
(And yes, I know that I still need to find a new host, one which doesn't have a lot of obnoxious ads preferably, but it hasn't exactly been a priority for me lately.)
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Python resources on-line
ProgramArcadeGames (dot) com
* 84 free tutorial videos
* Start creating graphics by Chapter 5.
* Full text of the book on-line.
* Cookbook of 47 example programs
* On-line multiple choice quizzes track your progress.
* Short-answer questions test your knowledge in more depth.
* Labs – see if you understand by creating your own games.
* Sample tests – Test your knowledge.
* Program in Python
* Track, grade, and mentor students' progress through the course
I've put this book together and refined it from year-to-year based on student feedback during
their first semester of programming at Simpson College.
This is a first-semester course
and assumes no prior knowledge of programming. I've successfully run hundreds of students
through this course and had them create their own arcade games. Each time I refine the course
and use their questions to make the book that much better.
Plus, there are Russian and Turkish translations thanks to some volunteers!