How to Think Like a Coder

Category: Book
By (author): Christian, Jim
Series: Without Even Trying!
Subject:  COMPUTERS / Programming Languages / General
  JUVENILE NONFICTION / Computers / Entertainment & Games
  JUVENILE NONFICTION / Computers / Programming
Publisher: Batsford
Published: March 2018
Format: Book-hardcover
Pages: 144
Size: 9.75in x 7.37in
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From The Publisher*A back-to-basics guide on coding for absolute beginners-no prior experience required!
 
So you want to think like a coder? Surprise-you probably already do. You don't need experience to learn how to code; you just need a little common sense. This accessible, fun book provides puzzles and exercises, suitable for all ages, to help you think logically, work within constants, and deconstruct problems. It turns everyday situations into opportunities to develop coding skills and become comfortable with the basics-from learning the language and different types of data to algorithms, loops, conditional statements, functions, variables, and debugging. And you won't even have to turn on the computer!
From The Publisher*So you want to think like a coder? This accessible, fun book makes it easy, with puzzles and exercises that help you think logically, work within constants, and deconstruct problems. You won't even have to turn on the computer! It turns everyday situations into opportunities to develop coding skills and become comfortable with the basics-from learning the language and different types of data to algorithms, loops, conditional statements, functions, variables, and debugging.
Biographical NoteJim Christian is a developer, consultant, and cofounder of FireTech Camp Australia, a technology camp teaching kids how to make awesome things with technology. He is the author of How to Code in Minecraft (Dennis Publishing). He lives in London.