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How I forgot iostream
the story of a C(++) ten-point-someone
How I forgot iostream
@SarupBanskota
the story of a C(++) ten-point-someone
Some Python a
day keeps the
semicolons
away;
Some Python a
day keeps the
semicolons
away;
I started to learn Python because
I thought C/C++ was cryptic. I
spent time on it because its
impact on code readability w...
I know C; why
trouble me?
I know C; why
trouble me?
I started to learn Python because
I thought C/C++ was cryptic. I
spent time on it because its
impact on code readability w...
If all you have is
a hammer, every
problem looks
like a nail.
If all you have is
a hammer, every
problem looks
like a nail.
I started to learn Python because
I thought C/C++ was cryptic. I
spent time on it because its
impact on code readability w...
Okay, so who uses
Python? I have
better things to do
than just write lab
programs.
Okay, so who uses
Python? I have
better things to do
than just write lab
programs.
I started to learn Python because
I thought C/C++ was cryptic. I
spent time on it because its
impact on code readability w...
You should learn it
too! It’s great to
prototype, to build
something good
and quick, and
there’s help!
You should learn it
too! It’s great to
prototype, to build
something good
and quick, and
there’s help!
I started to learn Python because
I thought C/C++ was cryptic. I
spent time on it because its
impact on code readability w...
thanks
Chris for the illustrations; PSF for the awesome language
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How I forgot iostream

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A motivational introduction to the Python programming language.

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How I forgot iostream

  1. 1. How I forgot iostream the story of a C(++) ten-point-someone
  2. 2. How I forgot iostream @SarupBanskota the story of a C(++) ten-point-someone
  3. 3. Some Python a day keeps the semicolons away;
  4. 4. Some Python a day keeps the semicolons away;
  5. 5. I started to learn Python because I thought C/C++ was cryptic. I spent time on it because its impact on code readability was impressive and saved my time.
  6. 6. I know C; why trouble me?
  7. 7. I know C; why trouble me?
  8. 8. I started to learn Python because I thought C/C++ was cryptic. I spent time on it because its impact on code readability was impressive and saved my time. I stuck with it because it would quickly help me prototype. I loved it more because it was hassle free, and there was help.
  9. 9. If all you have is a hammer, every problem looks like a nail.
  10. 10. If all you have is a hammer, every problem looks like a nail.
  11. 11. I started to learn Python because I thought C/C++ was cryptic. I spent time on it because its impact on code readability was impressive and saved my time. I stuck with it because it would quickly help me prototype. I loved it more because it was hassle free, and there was help. With the C I knew, my programs stayed at the terminal and had nasty graphics. With Python, I went from 0 to web in no time!
  12. 12. Okay, so who uses Python? I have better things to do than just write lab programs.
  13. 13. Okay, so who uses Python? I have better things to do than just write lab programs.
  14. 14. I started to learn Python because I thought C/C++ was cryptic. I spent time on it because its impact on code readability was impressive and saved my time. I stuck with it because it would quickly help me prototype. I loved it more because it was hassle free, and there was help. With the C I knew, my programs stayed at the terminal and had nasty graphics. With Python, I went from 0 to web in no time! It felt good to know Python skills are wanted. Google uses it, and so do so many of the world’s nicest and newest startups.
  15. 15. You should learn it too! It’s great to prototype, to build something good and quick, and there’s help!
  16. 16. You should learn it too! It’s great to prototype, to build something good and quick, and there’s help!
  17. 17. I started to learn Python because I thought C/C++ was cryptic. I spent time on it because its impact on code readability was impressive and saved my time. I stuck with it because it would quickly help me prototype. I loved it more because it was hassle free, and there was help. With the C I knew, my programs stayed at the terminal and had nasty graphics. With Python, I went from 0 to web in no time! It felt good to know Python skills are wanted. Google uses it, and so do so many of the world’s nicest and newest startups. I love Python because it can do everything I need. Even make toast ;)
  18. 18. thanks Chris for the illustrations; PSF for the awesome language

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