‘You Are Not a Computer’ is on sale to teach students to code
IT is a powerful tool, but it’s also a great opportunity to learn more about the human brain.
If you’ve ever wondered what it’s like to learn to code, this course is for you.
It’s designed to help you build and understand a programming language called Python.
In it, you’ll learn to write simple programs and create apps using Python.
The course will take about four hours to complete.
“There’s a lot to learn,” said Chris Daley, founder of PythonLab, a New York City-based startup that specializes in teaching Python programming.
“You learn about how to think about programming and the things you need to learn, what to look for, how to structure your code, and you also get to practice making code yourself, to understand how the code works.
You learn about what the language is actually about.”
The course, which runs on the Udemy platform, will cost $99.95 and will be offered through October.
The company will also offer a paid subscription option for $29.95.
If a student is interested in the course, he or she must enroll in the $99 monthly plan, which includes the course.
The price includes a monthly pass, which allows the student to access the course in the cloud.
The free plan also allows students to practice their programming skills and practice writing code in the browser.
“I really think this is a very powerful tool,” said David Aitken, a software engineer and software developer who is currently an instructor at Stanford University.
“For students to be able to get into the classroom, they need to be exposed to the language, and to really understand how it works, what it looks like in practice, and why they need it.
You need to really learn how to understand this code and write code yourself.”
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