Veronica Jimenez brought the Hour of Python to Spanish Speakers

Designer Veronica Jimenez is the awesome person who translated our Hour of Python activity into Spanish, which you can see here.  In this interview, she discusses how she came to her career, the experience of translating our site, and the challenges of learning to code in a second (or third!) language like she did. You can […]

Ram Rachum and his PythonTurtle project

This week we have a very special interviewee.  Israeli software developer Ram Rachum started PythonTurtle as a side project in 2009.  Focused on giving students and easy and fun introduction to real code centered around Python’s Turtle module, the downloadable Mac and Windows program is being used in classrooms around the world to get students […]

Create your own Classic Text Adventure with Python

Thanks to some awesome suggestions from a few pioneering users, Trinket now supports neat text adventures. Using our new add files feature Brian introduced a few days ago, a group of parents and teachers from SF Brightworks have made a text adventure game module that students can use to make their own classic adventure games: Their […]

Announcing Trinket’s Doughnuts-for-Bugs Program

Trinket users rely on our service to code every day, and we’re committed to 100% reliability.  Today we’re announcing our Doughnuts-for-Bugs program to reward users who spot critical Trinket bugs.  We’re also announcing the inaugural co-recipients, Gever Tully’s SF Brightworks Students (collectively) and Danny Bradbury of Kids Tech News.  Gever’s students and Danny gave us […]