Python in High School
stef.mientki at gmail.com
Thu Apr 3 19:17:00 CEST 2008
>> Well I doubt it's the visual environment that makes it more easy,
>> color, shape and position can give some extra information though.
>> I think apriori domain knowledge and flattness of information are of far
>> more importance.
>> The first issue is covered quit well by Robolab / Labview,
>> but the second issue certainly is not.
>> I'm right now working on a Labview like editor in Python,
>> which does obey the demand for flatness of information.
>> The first results can be seen here:http://oase.uci.kun.nl/~mientki/data_www/pylab_works/pw_animations_sc...
>> Stef Mientki
>>> And you are going to teach them Java? Oh, please don't. Let the
>>> colleges torture them. :=)
> What do you mean by flatness of information?
What I mean is something like; all the information at a certain
abstraction level is visible on one screen or one piece of paper,
and not is available through multiple screen / multiple right-clicks
etc. A wizard in general is an example of strong non-flatness of
information (try adding a mail-account in Thunderbird, this could
easily be put on 1 page, which clearly would give a much better overview).
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