Definition: the chemical process by which pizza is converted to software.
Many people would like to learn programming but don’t know where to start. Some people take an introductory computer science course in college only to be scarred by the experience. I was fortunate to be introduced to programming at a young age by my dad, and I’ve been in love with it ever since. I created this course to help absolute beginners gain a solid foundation in coding so they can continue learning on their own if they so desire.
But let’s take a step back. Why would you want to learn programming in the first place? Here are a few possible reasons:
In short, programming has something to offer for everyone. I can’t think of anyone who wouldn’t benefit from exposure to programming, even if they decide not to pursue it.
The next page will give you a light introduction to your first programming language.
This course is still in early development. Many pieces are missing. If you are evaluating this course for me, complete the introduction and core sections. I especially need to know about what problems you run into, along with any other feedback you have. Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Thanks!