Today, I'm whipping out some philosophy jargon to characterize some of the problems I see in the tech education community.
After three hackathons, I figured it was time to talk about the way to move forward. Surely, we can make them a lot better.
The goal of this article is to show you that a lot can be accomplished using Python's standard library without ever learning control flow.
Now that we're comfortable with data types, I figured it was time to discuss one aspect of Python syntax: operators.
As someone who has taken a lot of college courses over the years, I felt like we could all learn a lot by creating a university course tier list.
If you're worried that we're stuck in theory land, I have bad news for you: this article covers the concept of type systems in quite a bit of detail.