Linda Liukas is a programmer, storyteller and illustrator. Her children’s book, Hello Ruby, is the “world’s most whimsical way to learn about technology, computing and coding” and raised a total of $380,000 on Kickstarter. Liukas founded Rails Girls, which has organized workshops in over 230 cities, teaching the basics of programming to more than 10,000 women. Linda worked at Codeacademy, which she left to write stories that teach children about
Computer code is the next universal language, and its syntax will be limited only by the imaginations of the next generation of programmers. Linda Liukas is helping to educate problem-solving kids, encouraging them to see computers not as mechanical, boring and complicated but as colorful, expressive machines meant to be tinkered with. In this talk, she invites us to imagine a world where the Ada Lovelaces of tomorrow grow up
This is a highly recommended great talk! Presented well, with good information, and a very understandable introduction to a number of functional programming concepts. You can reach her presentation here.. Anjana is a language technologist and software developer based in Germany. She’s a polyglot coder, but has never found a language that could steal her heart away from Python. She’s on a mission to spread the joy of programming, and feels
How source code becomes a running program, how languages are categorized, and a survey of important languages. Part of a larger series teaching programming. Programming Languages – (part 1 of 7) Programming Languages – (part 2 of 7) Programming Languages – (part 3 of 7) Programming Languages – (part 4 of 7) Programming Languages – (part 5 of 7) Programming Languages – (part 6 of 7) Programming Languages – (part
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Java is among the most popular programming languages out there, mainly because of how versatile and compatible it is. Java can be used for a large number of things, including software development, mobile applications, and large systems development. Knowing Java opens a great deal of doors for you as a developer.
Python is a general-purpose, versatile and popular programming language. It’s great as a first language because it is concise and easy to read, and it is also a good language to have in any programmer’s stack as it can be used for everything from web development to software development and scientific applications.
C is a powerful system programming language, and C++ is an excellent general purpose programming language with modern bells and whistles.