Incremental project based programming guide

John Haggerty bouncyinc at gmail.com
Tue Sep 15 17:16:14 CEST 2009


On Tue, Sep 15, 2009 at 2:22 AM, Hendrik van Rooyen <hendrik at microcorp.co.za
> wrote:

> On Tuesday 15 September 2009 04:43:46 bouncyinc at gmail.com wrote:
> > I was wondering if anyone had actually designed their programming text
> > around incremental parts of a project and then taken the results of the
> > project at each chapter and created something of value. specifically in
> > referwnce to python however other examples. ALl of education was around
> > pointless and unapplicable theory texts for which I am reaping nothing.
> > Surely someone has seen this in actiom to whit: ch1 design of problem ch2
> > design taken out of ch1 then done in ch2 to take input/ output for a
> > smaller part ch3 take info from chs 1 at 2 to craft an answer that is from
> the
> > same problem....to a theoretical chapter say 30 with a gui or some such.
> > deitel and associates were unfortunately part of some of my worst
> > exampes--drills applenty with little to no application. much appreciated
> > towards python application and thanks in advance
>
> I cannot parse this.
> I get the idea that you are talking about a teaching text with certain
> characteristics.
> I cannot figure out if you are:
> (i) for the idea.
> (ii) against it.
> (ii) looking for something like it.
>
> Please elucidate.
>
>
Certaintly I am looking for options (i) and (iii) thanks :)

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> - Hendrik
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