[BangPypers] [ilugb] Python at Schools

Bharat Pathak bharat_pathak at hotmail.com
Wed Sep 30 07:17:31 CEST 2009

Dear All,

We have made one RF Robot which can be interfaced with Python
and can be a good platform to teach students interested in
RF Robotics, Our youngest student is a 10th class boy who
is interested in robotics.

We showed one demo at BIT college yesterday and it was well

Request Python community to have a look and comment
on the possibilities.

Secondly we are also working on one embedded platform
using Python. This platform is targeted towards engineering
students. It will be launched in 1 months time frame.

Sorry, this is not a spam. I am myself a big fan of Python and
using it for past 1 year for embedded design development.
So I thought of Sharing the information with the user base.

Thank you Guido Van Rossum for inventing such beautiful


From: "Shivaraj M S" <shivraj.ms at gmail.com>
Sent: Wednesday, September 30, 2009 10:20 AM
To: <bangpypers at python.org>
Subject: Re: [BangPypers] [ilugb] Python at Schools

>> I started with GW-BASIC, which is a very
>> good language to begin with.
> I too, still like algorithms -> flowcharts -> step by step instructions ->
> BASIC for starting off. IMHO, the real issue is with continuity of
> programming space and not with any specific language.
>> Besides, each school has its own idea of how to
>> promote computer education in schools
> I think it's more of training and employment oriented statistical 
> approach.
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