One of the emails we got this month was from a group of students graduating from Calvin University in Michigan, USA. Brad Ritzema, Samuel Zeleke, and Enoch Mwesigwa created a live collaboration plug-in for the Thonny Python IDE. It basically allows you to code with other people.
Their paper addresses the issues with teaching industry practices using online learning. “We sought to rectify this problem by introducing a live collaboration plug-in titled CodeLive for Thonny. [It supports] pair programming where one user (the ‘driver’) writes code while an indeterminate number of other users (the ‘navigators’) view their changes. This takes place while the users converse over an external voice/video channel of their choice.”
Find out more at: magpi.cc/codelive