[A new ship has appeared beside Epo and the school space ship.]
New ship: Got your message. Here to tow you back to the spaceport.
Alkina: Excellent! Thanks for getting here so fast!
New ship: No problemo!
Alkina: When you get back, you should run full diagnostics to make sure that a computer virus that had infected my ship didn’t infect the school ship either.
Epo: Alkina, I wouldn’t pass the virus on to the ship.
Alkina: I know, but they should check it anyway.
Alkina: OK, kids, I am going to get going. It was nice… ahem… hanging out with you all.
[Laby texting on a phone-like device.]
Laby (murmuring): Ship got stuck in space. Met blue alien.
Ludd: Wow, Kodu, you know so much! You too, Baltie. You guys have to teach me more when we get home!
Kodu and Baltie: Sure, Ludd.
Alkina: Looks like everyone is going to be just fine. Let’s go, Epo.
Is that all?
Alice – an innovative 3D programming environment that makes it easy to create an animation for telling a story, playing an interactive game, or a video to share on the web.
List of educational programming languages – A fairly comprehensive list of computer programming languages designed for beginners.
Khan Academy Computer Science – More tutorials on the basics of computer programming.
Hey, where’s my science?
In the past several episodes, we have covered a basic introduction to computer programming. While there may be more for you to learn before you can start writing your own programs, we hope that this introduction has given you some ideas about computer programming. Above are some additional resources to help you get started writing your own computer programs.