First, Solve the Problem. Then, write the code.
Also In The April 2016 Issue
The iDTech summer camp recently posted 102 questions. Here are a few with links to the full list.
The choice of a first programming language can be overwhelming, from simple drag and drop to full languages.
10 steps you can take to improve your skills as a programmer.
REST is a standard way for software applications to work with each other to do things.
Blockchain software technology works as a distributed ledger to record what was done and when.
This online emulator lets you learn and try out a little of the Ruby programming language.
Here's a fun way to learn about telnet and watch the original Star Wars movie in ASCII format.
Believe it or not, computers and keyboards were not invented together.
Learn the basics of Go plus neat math details about Go and AlphaGo, the computer that beat a human playing Go.
If you were a wizard, wouldn't you want to know how to scale your spells for maximum effect?
This programming language is both easy to learn and teaches excellent coding form.
A phone and tablet app exposes the invisible world of radio, phone, and satellite waves that connect our computers.
ASCII is a set of letters, numbers, and characters computers use to communicate accurately.
Links from the bottom of all the April 2016 articles, collected in one place for you to print, share, or bookmark.
Computing at School (CAS) provides resources and support for computer science teachers and parents.
Interesting stories about computer science, software programming, and technology for April 2016.