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yamaplos at gmail.com
Sun Oct 14 14:29:05 EDT 2012
oh, this seems to be just on par with my Python experience in general,
maybe the nature of the beast.
Many different paths possible, documentation sort of random. Confusing!
The good of it is that it indeed seems to be an environment where
anything is possible.
As to bugginess, I do not think it is inherent to Python, likely just an
effect of a lot being tried all over the place, though it makes the
atmosphere somewhat less welcoming - I gave up very quickly, found
Assembler still easier :-)
Getting started in Python seems a very steep step, and that probably
explains to some extent why so very, very few developers are yet coming
from the XO users world.
Hopefully, by learning it, people like Caryl, so good at "translating
English to English" will be able to make a difference there also.
On 10/14/2012 01:06 PM, Caryl Bigenho wrote:
> I have been working through some of the sections on the Code Academy
> lessons (one of the many resources they have) and have found it a bit
> buggy. Actually, I find the huge number of resources a bit
> overwhelming! It is hard to figure out exactly what to do first. I am
> hoping that will change tomorrow and that The Machine will be more
> specific about where to start.
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