Programming

programming

  • Code for Progress — Brings women and people of color into the coding workforce through holistic investment in their technical training and communities of support.

  • Code Your Future — Non-profit organization supporting refugees becoming developers.

  • YesWeCode — Grassroots training programs and teaming up with major technology partners, celebrities and political leaders to promote the goal of training 100,000 low-opportunity youth to become high-level computer programmers.

  • Building for Billions — Google portal for resources and information about building platforms for the less-connected parts of the world.

  • CodePen — Front-end developer playground & code editor in the browser.

  • Coolors — Generate infinite color palettes for your designs and share, export or save it in your profile.

  • Github — Share code with friends, co-workers, classmates, and complete strangers.

  • Glitch — Working example apps to remix, a code editor to modify them, instant hosting and deployment.

  • JSFiddle — Test code snippets of HTML, JavaScript, and CSS in-browser.

  • Scripting Language Cheatsheets — Side-by-side reference sheet for scripting languages.

  • Live EDU — Videos of real-time coding.

  • Beetle Blocks — Visual code for 3d design.

  • Bento — Learn to code and be a self-taught expert programmer.

  • Blockly — Game-based programming.

  • Code Avengers — A number of courses which include CSS3, JavaScript, and HTML5.

  • Code Combat — Learn coding by playing games.

  • Code Guide — Standards for developing flexible, durable, and sustainable HTML and CSS.

  • Code school — For the more advanced students. Includes iOS, HTML/CSS, JavaScript and Ruby.

  • Code.org — Tons of online courses, challenges built around the Hour of Code — also available in 40+ languages.

  • Codecademy — Interactive code lessons — some of the best courses on the Internet here.

  • CodeHS — Comprehensive teaching platform for helping schools teach computer science.

  • Computer Science Education — Google's paths of learning for students and educators.

  • Computer Science Unplugged — Collection of free learning activities that teach computer science through engaging games and puzzles that use cards, string, crayons and lots of running around.

  • Crunchzilla — Interactive tutorials where kids and adults can play with code, experiment, build, and learn.

  • CS First — Free curriculum from Google that uses online, project-based tutorials for elementary and middle school students and offers free club plans and resources to create an easy computer science entry point for educators and students alike.

  • Development Documents — Development docs reference links for use in programming and code development.

  • Edhesive — Year-long computer science course.

  • Free Programming Books — Freely available programming books from a Github repository.

  • Ray Wenderlich — Programming development tutorials — some of the best iOS training.

  • Learn X in Y Minutes — Community-driven tour of the most common computer programming languages.

  • Make School — Build and ship digital products school.

  • NETTUS — Free tutorials in code, web design, and web development.

  • Pencil Code — Real web real developing skills — starting with turtle graphics and moving on to HTML5, CSS, and jQuery. Create art, music, games, and stories in CoffeeScript and JavaScript using a unique switchable editor that lets you work in either blocks or text.

  • RoboMind Academy — Program to control a virtual robot to move, pick up, paint, etc. using text instructions.

  • Scratch — Program your own interactive stories, games, and animations — and share your creations with others in the online community.

  • TechPrep — Introduction to the value of computer education and resources to get started if you're a student or mentor, from Facebook.

  • The Beauty and Joy of Computing — Year-long computer science principles course.

  • Thimble — This is an online code editor for learners & educators. It walks you through publishing your own web pages while learning HTML, CSS & JavaScript. It's part of the Made with Code effort from Mozilla.

  • Treehouse — Learn development and design online.

  • W3Schools — Users can educate themselves on everything from HTML and CSS to JavaScript and SQL in web development.

  • Web Fundamentals — Google web fundamentals guide.

  • Good-Tutorials — Offers technology-focused tutorials curated from third-party sites on CSS, HTML, photography, Photoshop, and more.

  • BuiltByGirls — Organization with resources and challenges for young women to be builders, creators, and innovators.

  • Django Girls — Free Python and Django workshops, create open sourced online tutorials and care about curating amazing first experiences with technology.

  • Technovation — Annual challenge from that has girls all over the world compete to solve real-world problems through technology.

  • WiSci Girls STEAM Camp — Part of the UN Foundation Girl Up campaign, WiSci Camp aims to help bridge that gap through access to education, mentorship opportunities and leadership training.

  • R — Software programming language and software environment for statistical computing and graphics.

  • eSkills4Girls — Initiative from G20 members together with UNESCO, UN Women, ITU and OECD that aims at tackling the existing gender digital divide in particular in low income and developing countries.

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