An Interview with Guido van Rossum

A conversation with the creator of Python about an effort to teach Python to non-computer science students.
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Phil Hughes

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Users don't expect coding !!!

Anonymous's picture

We are in the world of GUI and most of users expect visual programming system, something like Limnor or PWCT (Programming Without Coding Technology http://doublesvsoop.sourceforge.net ).

Sounds like a plan

A Student Organization Leader's picture

I'm all for increasing students analytical and problem solving skills, no matter their career path. A great choice of programming language too! C++ is the great morale killer in students.

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