Workshop 13 looks at how object-oriented programming works, and how it differs to traditional programming.
Object-oriented programming is a different way to represent complex concepts than the traditional programming methods. We’ll take a look at what objects are using the Java programming language. Then, we’ll use objects to create characters for a computerised tabletop role-playing game.
This is an intermediate workshop, that builds upon a familiar knowledge of a text-based programming language like Python.