With the move towards the holistic inclusion of programming as one of the key components of modern education, Bhutan has made a firm decision to teach Python programming in schools from this academic year.
Fortunate are those who would get former classroom teaching. But in the era of information technology, everything is possible. There is a plethora of educational resources available for free online. These resources can also be used for supplementing classroom lessons.
If you Google these keywords, you’ll come across plenty of good resources you can use to teach yourself.
I started learning about Python when I was in my final year. It is pretty close to natural language (English), so many find it easy to learn.
But it is a very powerful language used for many purposes including solving simple mathematical problems to implementing sophisticated machine learning algorithms.
To write Python programs, you don’t need a PC or a laptop (necessarily) because you can do it on your Smartphone.
There are many smartphone applications that makes Python programming possible on your smartphone. I have written about one of those kinds of applications several months ago. Click on the link given below to read the post.
Here is a screenshot of a line of a program which prints some text message.
I would also like to share that I share blog posts related to Python programming. To check some of my works, click on the link given below:
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Kuzu Zangpo la! I am Sonam Dargay. I am a full-time software developer. Apart from 9-5 office works, I am a tech enthusiast, blogger, and dreamer.
I graduated from the College of Science and Technology(CST), affiliated with the Royal University of Bhutan.