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Keep kids busy with SugarCoded by SmartGurlz
Friday, April 3, 2020 by Freeman Lightner
Are you looking for constructive ways to keep your children stimulated and engaged during the COVID-19 school shutdown? SmartGurlz founder Sharmi Albrechtsen beat out 40,000 other entrepreneurs on ABC's Shark Tank and negotiated with guest "shark" Richard Branson, before closing a deal with Daymond John on her line of groundbreaking toys that use an a...
Free scholarships to Codecademy Pro up for grabs
Tuesday, March 24, 2020 by Richard Harris
Codecademy is now offering 10,000 scholarships to Codecademy Pro for free to K-12 and college students across the world for the rest of the school year.
The scholarships to Codecademy Pro include unlimited Codecademy programming, data science, and mobile development courses (thousands of hours), a community of peers, and paths to help students be successful. The curr...
Thursday, February 15, 2018 by Richard Harris
How to Avoid the Naughty App Developer List in 2015
Friday, December 19, 2014 by Dan Silivestru
The 12 Good Deeds to Get You On The Developer ‘Nice’ List This Year...As the end of 2014 quickly approaches, we know that many developers are working on their New Year’s resolutions. Some developers may be on the ‘Naughty’ list this year for neglecting to take important measures while writing their code and building their software projects.With the holidays just around ...
Coding Books for Kids Sale Ends Today
Thursday, December 18, 2014 by Stuart Parkerson
O’Reilly Media is offering 40-50% deals on its children’s “Gift of Code” learn-to-code ebooks, videos and print books. The selection is available on sale until December 18, 2014. Children can learn through being taught to code with this outstanding selection of video training, e-books and print books to master code. The e-books and video training from the...
List of Completely Free Programming Books
Thursday, September 26, 2013 by Richard Harris
Developers and programmers alike need resources, and if you are looking for a free way to dive into programming, I've got the source for you. Head on over to stackoverflow and check out this growing list of books online or offline that you can use to either get started with or sharpen your app development mastery.
Everything from C# essentials...
A New Way to Develop PhoneGap Apps
Tuesday, April 23, 2013 by Richard Harris
The folks over at AppGyver have released a new product that lets you build apps based on the popular PhoneGap library without needing to do alot of heavy lifting in the code. It's called "Steriods". It's a fresh approach to an age-old problem, how to create an app that has a unique feature set without having to learn to program every line of code, Steriods lets you do t...