Coding with CodeX: Python - Applied Coding Series 4 of N

Kids · Learning
This course will aim to teach basic python concepts while applying it in small command line games in a fun and interactive way. Ideal for those who want to learn some code and create little programs to show your friends and family.

Supplies: A desktop computer or laptop with internet connection, Have this online IDE webpage open for the start of the lesson. Python IDE

Please note—this class is part of a series. Classes may be attended out of order, but prior concepts may be referenced. To catch up on previous classes simply search “Coding with CodeX” in the Video Hub.
Audience: Kids

Upcoming Session Starts in

May 6, 2 PM EDT
For Kids · 30 mins

26 of 150 spots reserved

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Meet Our Instructors

Arrjun Ramkumar
Arrjun is a Computing and Management student at Loughborough University, and a tutor at Coding with CodeX. He has been working with Python for over 4 years and is passionate about sharing his love for coding with the next generation of coders.
Becca Wye
Becca is a Computer Science student at Loughborough University, and a tutor at Coding with CodeX - a social enterprise aiming to diversify the technology sector and improve the employment opportunities for young people. She has been coding in Python for close to 3 years, after teaching herself the language, and has previously enjoyed mentoring young people from all around the world.