For the Pyweek.org competition he wrote a game in a week, featuring a Frog jumping to catch flies. He used NumPy to draw the frog, and the water. The PyWeek competition gives you a week to build a game. The next competition starts September 22, 2019.
The problem with teaching Python is that half the class is spent getting everyone’s environment working. Here it is all installed on the board. Two demos are presented.
He creates a simple example the stupid way, the pythonic way and then parallel functional way. And 1 minute recommending Coconut for functional programming.
Schemas are so important. I had not realized that there are so many of them . I think that this talk is hugely important, what he refers to is hugely important, and while I did not like his presentation, I do want to go and read more.