I am willing to at as a guide. Your first step might be to find a Python tutorial that does not assume any programming
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experience. If you are on Bookshare try searching for Python. You can write simple Python programs very easily.
On Sun, Aug 13, 2017 at 10:18:53AM -0400, Sally Kiebdaj wrote:
Stephanie, thank you for posting your interest. Somewhat like you and Tony,
I would like to learn how to code and think NVDA may be a good excuse.
Would those of us novices like to work together and would any of the
experts feel like being our guides?
I am proposing a sort of subgroup or informal self driven course to keep us
motivated and emotionally supported.
Thanks again, Stephanie, for getting us out of the woodwork,
On Aug 13, 2017 8:17 AM, "J.G" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
When I started to learn coding, I was researching, which material should I
study. I found some useful sources for absolutely beginners. Here is one:
when we are going to learn to code basics, then we will be able to
participate in NVDA coding.
Hope, this helps.
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