Computational Thinking: A Godlike Heart

A Godlike Heart is a short story about computational thinking, introducing the idea of using binary to represent different kinds of information. Set in ancient Mexico it follows the story of the kidnapping of and subsequent search for the daughter of a great “Jaguar Knight”: a general in the Mexican army. It was written by Rafael Pérez y Pérez of the Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana, México and translated from the original Spanish by Paul Curzon, of Queen Mary University of London for cs4fn and Teaching London Computing.

  • Read A Godlike Heart online at cs4fn
  • Download the pdf of  A Godlike Heart
  • Download the original Spanish version (pdf)

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