Coding for Beginners Vol 31

Helping You with Your First Steps in Coding!

There’s a wealth of choice for anyone wanting to learn how to program but which language do you start with? Python is widely accepted as the best beginners programming language but C++ is one of the most powerful. Linux scripting is a useful skill in today’s job market and coding on the Raspberry Pi with the FUZE is perfect for projects.


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Jul 18

Coding for Beginners Vol 31

162 tutorial-packed pages, designed to help introduce you to the basics of coding in Python, BASIC and Scratch!

Python Power

In Coding for Beginners, we take a look at all these languages as well as Windows batch file programming and Scratch. You can learn where to start coding, how to get everything you need and even how to avoid common beginner mistakes. The world of programming is vast, with dozens of programming languages available for multiple different platforms. It’s confusing at the best of times, so we’re here to help you find your way through the labyrinthine coding universe. Python is one of the most popular programming languages available today. It’s used throughout the Internet, in businesses and education. It’s easy to learn and powerful to use and has a vast knowledge base online for you to dip into for inspiration or help. We look at how you get started with Python and what you need to become a Python programmer.

C++

C++ is one of the most powerful, high performing and efficient programming languages you can learn. Web browsers, games, applications and even entire operating systems are coded using C++, which makes understanding it a highly sought after skill to have. It’s not too difficult to start coding in C++ but we’re here to help you out with our comprehensive step-by-step guides and tutorials.

Coding on Linux

Linux is an open source operating system that’s a superb foundation for any would-be programmer to build on. It’s free to download, install and use and with it you can use all the popular and mainstream programming languages, through a variety of different front-end apps. Scripting is a must have skill sought by employers; it’s a powerful platform where you can interact with the entire system and its users as well as any Python and C++ code you’ve already created.

More Coding, More to Discover

We not only cover Python, C++ and Linux scripting but also FUZE BASIC, Object Oriented Programming with Scratch, and Windows batch file programming. Our tutorials help you get up and running in the amazing world of programming and we even cover some common mistakes you’re likely to run into as well as where to get help with your future coding. There’s plenty to learn within these pages, where the only limit is your imagination.

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