[Edu-sig] PyStart - Python Programming teaching/testing program

Andre Roberge andre.roberge at gmail.com
Sat May 19 00:45:58 CEST 2007

I did send an email to both Jason Brower and Pete Savage, inviting
them to have a look at a possible collaboration with Crunchy.
However, other than an acknowledgment from Jason, there has been no

Still, I think the suggestion should be considered.

André Roberge

On 5/18/07, Nicolas Pettiaux <nicolas.pettiaux at ael.be> wrote:
> This Google summer of code 2007 project has not yet, as far as I have
> noticed, been mentioned here, and many of you could be interested and
> also willing to share ideas and maybe coding.
> Title   PyStart - Python Programming teaching/testing program
> Student         Jason Lee Roy Brower
> Mentor  Pete Savage
> Abstract
> PyStart will give teachers a way to work with programming students.
> And best of all, the students programs can be graded almost
> automatically will very little review from the teacher. PyStart will
> review code for the proper entries in the code and for the proper
> output. It will be created for beginners of programming. The goal of
> PyStart is to teach the basics of all programming skills. For example,
> loops and variable types.
> http://code.google.com/soc/ubuntu/appinfo.html?csaid=F43382157E7D628C
> https://wiki.ubuntu.com/GoogleSoC2007/python-trainer
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