Cover image for Secret coders. Monsters & modules / Gene Luen Yang & Mike Holmes.
Title:
Secret coders. Monsters & modules / Gene Luen Yang & Mike Holmes.
Title Variants:
Secret coders.

Monsters and modules

Monsters & modules
ISBN:
9781626726109
Edition:
First edition
Publication Information:
New York : First Second, 2018.

©2018
Physical Description:
98 pages : chiefly illustrations (some colour) ; 22 cm
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Summary

Summary

The Coders always knew their programming skills would take them far, but they never guessed it would take them to another dimension! To save humanity, they must travel to the two-dimensional world of Flatland. Only there they can acquire a weapon powerful enough to defeat Dr. One-Zero, but to open the gateway to Flatland, they must write their most difficult code yet!From graphic novel superstar (and former computer-programming teacher) Gene Luen Yang, Secret Coders is a wildly entertaining series that combines logic puzzles and basic coding instruction with a page-turning mystery plot!


Author Notes

Gene Luen Yang was born on August 9, 1973 in California. He graduated from the University of California, Berkeley, where he majored in computer science and minored in creative writing. After graduating in 1995, he worked as a computer engineer for two years. He decided that he was meant to teach and left his job as an engineer to teach computer science at Bishop O'Dowd High School in Oakland, California.

He is a writer of graphic novels and comics. His first published comic, Gordon Yamamoto and the King of the Geeks, was published in 1997 and won the Xeric Grant, a self-publishing grant for comic book creators. His other works include Loyola Chin and the San Peligran Order and Avatar: The Last Airbender. He won the Michael L. Printz Award in 2006 for American Born Chinese and the Eisner Award for best short story in 2009 for Eternal Smile.

(Bowker Author Biography)