Dr Mark S. Brown

PhD MRes MPhys

Independent Private Education since 2014

University degrees from Manchester, Cambridge & UCL

Mathematics, Physics, Computer Science & Programming

Recent Articles

Introduction to Python - Using Colour

Posted on 09-10-19 in Computing • Part 6 of Introduction to Programming series • Tagged with python, turtle

This is an aside / extension material for students who get ahead


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Introduction to Python using Turtle : A Review

Posted on 11-06-19 in Computing • Part 5 of Introduction to Programming series • Tagged with python, turtle

A brief review of the first part of this Turtle course


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Introduction to Python - Lesson Four

Posted on 30-05-19 in Computing • Part 4 of Introduction to Programming series • Tagged with python, turtle

Further exploration of Turtle and an introduction to colour


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Introduction to Python - Lesson Three

Posted on 29-05-19 in Computing • Part 3 of Introduction to Programming series • Tagged with python, turtle

Looking at loops and conditionals in more detail


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Introduction to Python - Lesson Two

Posted on 27-05-19 in Computing • Part 2 of Introduction to Programming series • Tagged with python, turtle

Continuing our introduction to Python using Turtle


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Introduction to Python - Lesson One

Posted on 21-05-19 in Computing • Part 1 of Introduction to Programming series • Tagged with python, turtle

Introduction to programming using Python and Turtle


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Going in spirals with Turtle - Writing good code

Posted on 14-02-18 in Computing • Tagged with python, random, turtle, animation

Using the Python Turtle library we draw spirals with ever increasing complexity. The aim is to see examples of good and bad code.


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