Python Universe

Python Universe

Teach people how to code with gaming

Malia T, Jisook M

We wanted to make a game that makes programming more visual and fun. Instead of just reading books or pages on the Internet to learn about coding, we wanted to widen the appeal for programming in a fun way.

Many people find it boring or tedious to learn how to code with textbooks or websites.

We made a game to make coding more visual, more fun and easier than just reading.

We had a huge problem with EzText and in-game text input but with the help of our wonderful TAs we managed to come up with a solution.

"That's cool!"

Jisook is a senior this year. She has a passion for robotics and computer science. Her main language is Java, but she has proficiency in other languages: Python, scripting languages, C++, etc. This year, she joined Girls Who Code and is currently planning to major in Computer Science in the future.

Malia is a junior in Kenmore. She took a C# class in her sophomore year and since then has loved coding. She is proficient in Python, C#, HTML, CSS, and JavaScript.

This project was made by Girls Who Code Summer Immersion Program students at AT&T (Seattle).