When Kiya joined us for her work experience placement, we worked together to review some of the online resources available to learn how to code.
Here’s what Kiya had to say about it:
As someone who started to learn Python outside of a school environment, I also wanted to review this resource.
The first three levels break you in gently to familiarise you with the basic syntax you will need during the game. The instructions and level goals are easy to follow. After the three levels, users are introduced to the concepts of arguments and loops.
I felt that the difficulty of each level increased at a nice pace, although I did seem to struggle on the last puzzle for quite some time! I had to go back a couple of levels and redo them to make sure that I understood the principles. Overall, I feel that this is a very good resource for learners who want to get familiarised with the principles of Python
Over the past few weeks Maria has been attending numerous virtual events all over Scotland, talking about Mesomorphic and the growing digital economy in Shetland. Here are some of the lessons she's learned about virtual networking.
Whether you're an SME looking to create a bespoke piece of software for your company or an entrepreneur with a vision, Maria looks at the five important things to consider before starting your project.