Name: [022] André Roberge
Member: 93 months
Authored: 6 videos
Description: I'm a father of two wonderful children, a Theoretical Physicist by training, a University President by accident, and a hobbyist Python programmer. I created rur-ple and Crunchy (the latter with the collaboration of Johannes Woolard). To reach me: andre.roberge@gmail.com ...

RUR-PLE [ID:015]

a series of video-tutorials by André Roberge

Learn Python programming with the RUR-PLE teaching environment

Video Tutorials

1. Introducing the RUR-PLE Learning Environment

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2. Learning Recursion with RUR-PLE

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