In this article, we look at some of the most popular open source integrated development environments (IDEs) for Python programmers.
This article is for the English majors, the bookworms, the lovers of literature, and the people with humanities backgrounds who sometimes struggle with the question, "Do you ever use your liberal arts degree?" If you ever write code, the answer is yes.
Community Moderator Don Watkins reviews Bryson Payne's "Teach Your Kids to Code," a book he says is a valuable resource for anyone who wants to learn to code.
Michael Taggart explains why learning Python is the best path for students after the usual learn-to-code activities.
The Python Turtle graphics provide easy and fun ways to teach kids programming basics.
Teacher Horst Jens tests and reviews to learn-to-code sites: CodeCombat and Codewars.
Just as chemistry students learn not only chemistry but lab procedures and equipment, so too must meteorology students learn about the tools of their trade.
The Raspberry Pi Foundation's Ben Nuttall shares why the Python programming language is such a popular choice for kids, educators, and Raspberry Pi aficionados alike.
Whether you are a software developer or you have no programming background, these six practical tips will help you teach kids how to program.
Patience and empathy are the basis of good documentation, much as they are the basis for being a decent person. Here's a how-to for creating better open source project docs, which can help your users and grow your community.