Learn about some of the different tools used by programmers.

Looking to put your programming skills to the test? It may be time to join an open-source project!

Diving back into logic gates and quantum computing!

Ever wonder how your computer processor works? And how that might impact quantum computing hardware?

What in the world is a video redundancy? Find out that and more in this crash course on encoding!

Welcome to the weird world of experimental math proofs!

Breaking down big problems into smaller ones is a great way to solve them. Let's see how recursion helps us do this!

Binary might be the language of the computer, but we humans can use it to decode secret messages.

Sometimes, even the most dynamic languages need to classify and check data. Now, you can add your own types to any language!

Are you ready to create your virtual own solar system? With a little Python code and a little math, the sky’s the limit!

Check out this nifty feature that helps programs distinguish between variables with different scopes.

This spiffy new programming language combines the best of typed and untyped languages.

Why does your computer need special hardware to render graphics? And what’s the deal with all those pixels, anyways?

Dive into this exciting new language and learn how to manage computer memory without giving yourself a headache!

It’s time for a throw back to old school programming. Dive into the nuts and bolts of coding instructions!

Create colourful geometric patterns in SketchUp inspired by the Great Mosque of Cordoba.

Part philosophical paradox, part coding puzzle, quines are sure to tease and challenge your brain!

An old classic with a electronic twist, featuring JavaScript and micro:bit.

It’s a programming language unlike any you’ve seen before. Check out this symbolic system designed for mathematical calculations.

Take your CLI skills to the next level as you combine, redirect, and script commands.

Two small projects introducing you to Edublocks, a language that bridges the gap between Scratch and Python.

It looks like JavaScript, has a Python aesthetic, and integrates easily with C/C++. Meet Lua: a scripting language for fantasy computers.

Use SketchUp to create dizzying patterns and shapes, Escher-style.

Use micro:bit and cardboard to create a Jedi knight that sounds the alarm when evil approaches!

Dive into the nitty-gritty of game-making with this popular Python library.

Protect your home with micro:bit!

Build your own voice-controlled digital assistant with a Raspberry Pi and an analog speaker.

Add data types to your new programming language in this third installment of the series.

An introduction to a hip new alternative to Java. It’s all the rage in android development!

Resources to transform you into a web virtuoso, from messaging apps to testers to code converters.