CIE IGCSE Computer Science - Endorsed by Cambridge Assessment International Education.
Develop computational thinking and programming skills with complete coverage of the latest syllabus from experienced examiners and teachers. Follows the order of the syllabus exactly, ensuring complete coverage. Introduces students to self-learning exercises, helping them learn how to use their knowledge in new scenarios. Accompanying animation files of the key concepts are available to download for free online. www.hoddereducation.co.uk/cambridgeextras-1. This book covers the IGCSE (0478), O Level (2210) and US IGCSE entry (0473) syllabuses, which are for first examination 2015. It may also be a useful reference for students taking the new Computer Science AS level course (9608).
Learning to Program in Python - This book is intended for individuals and students learning to program. You may already have done some programming in other languages, but not be familiar with Python. Novice programmers should work through the book sequentially, starting at Chapter 1. It will also be a useful reference book for students on a programming course or anyone working on a programming project. It teaches basic syntax and programming techniques, and introduces three inbuilt Python modules: "> Tkinter, used for building a graphical user interface, which is an option that some users may like to include in their project work. "> SQLite, which enables the creation and processing of a database from within a Python program. This provides an alternative to writing to a text file when data needs to be stored and retrieved "> .pdb, Python's debugging module, which can be used to help find elusive logic errors. Questions and exercises are included in every chapter. Answers to these as well as over 120 Python programs for all the examples and exercises given in the book may be downloaded from www.pgonline.co.uk. These programs enable users of the book to try out the in-text examples and check possible solutions to the exercises.