Computer Programming for Everybody, a Newbie Project
bobx at linuxmail.org
Wed Sep 17 11:12:57 CEST 2003
"Arthur" <ajsiegel at optonline.net> wrote in message
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> Ron asks -
> >Any other ideas would be appreciated. Meanwhile, I would be interested
> >if anyone would offer thoughts on which of the 5 directions for future
> >activity sound most interesting.
> Sorry Ron.
> Can you remind me what the connection to CP4E is, and why you are
> that slogan in connection with your work.
> You, as did I with my own project, with sustained effort over a three year
> period - starting, let's say from scratch - produced something of which
> each of us can hopefully be rightfully proud.
> Three years of sustained effort.
> But we seemed to have taken away different lessons.
> My expereince led me to look upon the CP4E slogan quite askance. Yours,
> apparently, allowed you to embrace it.
> It seems to me "everybody" who's imagination is ignited by something to
> extent that it carries them through 3 years of sustained effort can expect
> to be doing "computer programming" somewhere along that line.
> Not very surprising, really.
> No slogans helped me along - that I do know.
> It was three years of sustained effort.
> For everybody?
> Are we *required* to embrace that notion?
> Yes everybody - let's say - has that potential. But that was true before
> Python came along.
> For some - like myself - Python was a real factor in helping realize that
> potential. I am a raving fan, in fact.
> But I do not discount my 3 years of sustained effort as anything less than
> years of sustained effort, and seem to think that that was a bit of
> as well.
> And would love to see the CP4E slogan go away now, peacefully and happily.
You sir, are a rambling man. A rambler I say!
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