Coding Books for Kids Sale Ends Today
Thursday, December 18, 2014
O’Reilly Media is offering 40-50% deals on its children’s “Gift of Code” learn-to-code ebooks, videos and print books. The selection is available on sale until December 18, 2014.
Children can learn through being taught to code with this outstanding selection of video training, e-books and print books to master code. The e-books and video training from the store are all DRM-free. There is lifetime complimentary access to the video training and e-books. Customers can also access free lifetime viewing of multiple file formats and free updates. Video training and e-books sync with Kindle, Google Drive and Dropbox.
The Coding For Kids For Dummies introduces future developers with small projects. The book is geared for students elementary-to-middle-school-aged. Students are taught to develop a game, tool or application. Coding For Kids For Dummies gives the basic foundation for coding to students.
The remainder selection titles are also discounted up to 50% off. These title names found at the store are Python for Kids, Learn to Program with Scratch, Super Scratch Programming Adventure! and Ruby Wizardry.
Students who are looking to learn how to become a developer, create apps, games and learn to code can benefit from these supplemental courses. These books bring computer science to the 21st century technology educational world. They both can entertain and education children.
For purchases, use discount code HDCODE. This deal expires December 18, 2014 at 5:00am PT.
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