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About the Book
Coding For Visual Learners - www.codingforvisuallearners.com
At this age and time that we live in, coding is simply invaluable. It has the power to uplift your career, your future prospects and even your intellectual capacity. Computation is driving one of the largest capital expansions in history and there has never been a better time to learn coding than now.
Computation is driving one of the largest capital expansions in history and there has never been a better time to learn coding than now.
The aim is to build a strong but a minimum viable knowledge using engaging and visual examples to get you running with coding.
If you are an artist or a visual designer this book is perfect for you as you might find the examples we will be building to be directly relevant to your work. If not, this is still a great book for learning programming as the visual nature of the exercises will help you grasp the fundamentals of programming easier and let you build a strong foundation in a shorter amount of time.
The interactive version of this book is available at: http://bit.ly/codingforvisuallearners-edu
About the Author
Hi there! ? My name is Engin Arslan. I am a software developer based in Berlin. Before becoming a developer, I worked as a visual effects artist / technical director on films and TV shows, including Resident Evil 4, Tron, Mama, Pompeii, Vikings, and Strain. I received an Emmy Nomination and won a Canadian Screen Award for my Visual Effects work. During my time in VFX, I fell in love with Python and with programming in general. As a result, I have taught myself web development and changed careers to immerse myself completely in software development. Currently, I am working as a senior front-end developer at Shopify. I am also an author for a couple of online courses, such as 3D Graphics on the Web and Coding for Visual Learners on Linkedin Learning. I was a part-time professor at Seneca College in Toronto for 5 years, teaching programming to complete beginners. I have decided to write Awesome Coding since there aren't too many sources out there that teach programming in an engaging way.