Easily Keep Your New Year’s Resolution To Learn How To Code [News]

If you’ve ever thought about learning computer programming, now might be a good time to start. The developers of Codecademy invite you to make a New Year’s resolution to learn coding through their interactive programming lessons, emailed to you each week. So far, over 117,000 have signed up.
Their program, called Code Year, is a straightforward, fairly easy to follow three-part course for learning JavaScript, and two separate Codecademy Labs for the object-oriented language, Ruby, and Python. You can complete the lessons in the site’s online text editor, and work at your own pace. The lessons are designed for beginners and those experienced with coding in other languages. And Codecademy says their labs are actually “designed to create your own programs and share them on Twitter and Facebook, and show your friends what you have learned.



Easily Keep Your New Year’s Resolution To Learn How To Code [News]