Codes are used to help build various computer programs and can help with website building. Have you ever wanted to learn how coding works and where to start? Join LTPL’s Kyle Bartoszek for this special three-part tech class on coding, taught in the Python Programming language. No previous experience in writing computer code is necessary for the first class. Classes will be held on the following Tuesdays at 6:30 pm in August.
August 2nd – Part 1: Basics – Learn the fundamentals of writing computer code. In this class, we will cover how computers think, how to tell them what to do, and how to write simple and easy to understand code.
August 9th – Part 2: Special Operations – Learn how to make more advanced and useful code. In this class, we will cover how to make advanced structures in code, how to directly manipulate data, and how to save data.
August 16th – Part 3: Combined Code Operations – Learn how to make graphical elements and interactive media with code. In this class we will cover how to make graphical elements and interact with the Pygame graphics engine.
Are you looking into joining a book group? Join us for our Tuesday Morning Book Group. This program is held one Tuesday a month at 10:30 am. A limited number of copies of the book of the month will be available about one month in advance. Registration registration is required for these programs. Our book selections for this summer are:
Want to start your own book club? We have book discussion kits available for check out as well.