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Why Learn To Code?

What is this recent hype about learning to code? "Everyone should learn to code in this new...
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Getting started with web programming

If you want to get into web programming, I suggest start with HTML first, then progress onto PHP...
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Breaking down a line of code

One of the lovely things about computer programming is the way you can break any system, task or...
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The Raspberry Pi - silver bullet or red herring?

The Raspberry Pi is a revolutionary new device. It is essentially a desktop computer - it has a...

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  • Why Learn To Code? Editor's Pick

    Nicola Plant Computer Programming (general) Tutor (East London) Picture What is this recent hype about learning to code? "Everyone should learn to code in this new technologically driven world", says Silicon Valley. The new compulsory computing syllabus at UK schools has reflected this trend and computing is now taught from KS2. In addition, this (previously...
  • Getting started with web programming

    Spodnet Ltd Computer Programming (general) Tutor (Stevenage) Picture If you want to get into web programming, I suggest start with HTML first, then progress onto PHP and/or JavaScript. There's lots of information out there, google is your friend or look for some books on amazon.If you want to have a "play" with something try wordpress as that should give you your...
  • Programming languages - types and examples

    Computer Programming (general) Tutor (Kingston upon Thames) Picture This article acts as a reference guide for my students for the most popular programming paradigms in the current world of computing. It is important to note that many modern languages COMBINE these paradigms in novel ways, and are not limited to a specific paradigm - but if you can understand...

 

  • Breaking down a line of code Editor's Pick

    Computer Programming (general) Tutor (North London) Picture One of the lovely things about computer programming is the way you can break any system, task or problem down into smaller pieces. This idea is found throughout programming, whether you're looking at a single line of code or an entire application! In this article we'll look at how we can break...
  • The Raspberry Pi - silver bullet or red herring?

    Computer Programming (general) Tutor (North London) Picture The Raspberry Pi is a revolutionary new device. It is essentially a desktop computer - it has a CPU and RAM for running applications, a disk for storing data, a video socket for a monitor, and two USB sockets for a mouse and keyboard. You can use it to browse the internet, create documents,...
  • C# ComboBox Text and Numeric Values in WinForms

    Computer Programming (general) Tutor (Walsall) Picture If you are like me and started out in the world of .net with asp.net first and then had a go with WinForms afterwards then you may be frustrated by how difficult some things are to do within WinForms which are relativeley easy in asp.net. Working with the Combobox is one of these experiences...