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Our CCSWG has focused on discussion and on the analysis and critique of existing code.
In this thread, I’d like to explicitly invite new programmers who would like to start working through the Exploratory Programming book to post their work along with any questions about it.
I understand that some people may not see this Working Group as the ideal context for this sort of sharing. The timing may not be right, or the way CCSWG is set up may not work well for this sort of exchange.
You should know, though, that while Exploratory Programming for the Arts and Humanities is indeed a “textbook” that can and is used in traditional classroom settings, I have written it, beginning with the first edition, to support learning in other ways. This includes short workshops, use by informal groups of learners, and use by individual learners.
So you are welcome to share some work and start one of these informal learning groups in the next two weeks. But whether or not you do, the book is there (in print and in its open access digital formats) to support your learning, when you’re ready.