Looks like I was the lone champion for the Small Basic Guru Awards in April:
|Small Basic Technical Guru – April 2015|
|Ed Price – MSFT||Programming Games with Small Basic: Chapter 6: Tic Tac Toe Program||Michiel Van Hoorn: “This is probably one of the best end-to-end tutorials for programming a simple (but well designed game). Great learning material for all beginning coders.”
RZ: “This is fantastic! Tic-Tac-Toe is the classic of course. And the book is modeled after the classic one. Tons of games for beginner to explore the power of BASIC programming language.”
Special thanks go out to Philip Conrod and Lou Tylee from Kidware Software! This chapter is adapted from the book Programming Games with Microsoft Small Basic by Philip Conrod and Lou Tylee.
To purchase this book in its entirety, please see the Computer Science For Kids web site.
If you have not yet contributed an article for this month, and you think you can write a more useful, clever, or better produced wiki article than the winners above, here’s your chance! 😀
Small and Basically yours,
– Ninja Ed