I grew up thinking you could be a teacher or a doctor if you wanted to help people. I had a big awakening when I realized the power of computing to help people.
Also In The June 2017 Issue
A fun way to learn basic electronics and coding with Python but minus the old rotting hat.
A simple animation is a fun way to play with and learn the Python programming language.
3D printers can be used to print patterns on dresses and fabrics.
Can we measure the time and steps required for things to happen?
This Canadian experiment used a robot to explore how people respond to robots and technology.
An amazing new book turns math problems into shapes and illustrations.
This pen and paper project helps organize ideas into stories with a finite state machine.
While you can't use soap and water on your code, you can keep your code as sparkly clean as any dish or silverware.
Here's a fun math problem you can work out with pen and paper as well as Python.
A pen and paper computer that can do what computers do today.
This project explores the basics of using Google's Static Map software to display your own maps.
Learn how to code the hangman game in C#. Includes link to full code.
This project uses basic math skills, a text editor, and a web browser to draw simple pictures.
Most people love cookies. But these cookies are the kind that make the internet possible.
Links from the bottom of all the June 2017 articles, collected in one place for you to print, share, or bookmark.
Interesting stories about computer science, software programming, and technology for June 2017.
Software languages don't magically appear. They're created by design. First in a series.