gui zero – making Python GUIs really simple

The code in this post has been updated to reflect the changes in guizero version 0.4. When I was a teacher, I found it frustrating that it was not at all easy for students to create GUIs using Python. I used tkinter a little bit with my GCSE class and they instantly loved creating GUIs,Continue reading “gui zero – making Python GUIs really simple”

Four ways to kick start zombie coders

So… you’ve gone through if statements, for loops, recursion or whatever else you happen to be covering and everyone has completed the exercises, written the notes and smiled and nodded in all the right places. “Great!” you think, “I’ll set a programming task involving the thing I’ve just taught to consolidate this work”. You handContinue reading “Four ways to kick start zombie coders”