“Learn Python Visually” is a planned Python programming instructional eBook that represents a total shift in the way Python programming is taught. Beautifully illustrated the book is designed to be used by visual learners who are traditionally let down by mainstream training manuals. The team behind the book recently announced a KickStarter campaign to bring the exciting book to market.
“The fact is that the brain processes visual information roughly 60,000 times faster than it does text,” commented Ivelin Demirov, author of the book. “When it comes to people who are pure visual learners the effect can be even more dramatic. 'Learn Python Visually' employs these strategies to make learning Python programming something very achievable for visual learners, and can also help non-visual learners also accomplish their goals.”
The “Learn Python Visually” KickStarter campaign has a goal set of $5,000 and is set to be funded on November 12, 2014. Already having met its initial goal, “stretch” goals are now coming closer and closer. So far the campaign has raised well over $9,500.
According to Demirov, there's been ample proof that the interactive game-like environment of the eBook not only makes learning Python simple and fun, but also delivers a long list of other benefits, including: offering a better way to learn the basics of Python programming; reinforcing lessons that lead to a strong Python foundation; crucial help in memorization of syntax and terminology of Python; and much, much more.
For more information be sure to visit https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/programming/learn-python-visually.