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Talking about the new coding corner board
« on: December 15, 2020, 01:11:21 pm »
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If you think we should have a particular post/thread in here make it!

If there's something you think should be moved to this board please reply with the link and we can do that for you

Any kind of suggestions/comments/ideas, even if you're not sure about them feel free to share :)

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Re: Talking about the new coding corner board
« Reply #1 on: December 15, 2020, 01:47:10 pm »
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Awesome to see this board! Perhaps we could do a thread on resources for learning how to code? Or a basic introduction to the different languages of coding and what they're used for?

I learned a tiny bit of HTML back in Year 7 and haven't touched it since. I used Codecademy and found it to be a good resource :)
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Re: Talking about the new coding corner board
« Reply #2 on: December 15, 2020, 02:01:00 pm »
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Awesome to see this board! Perhaps we could do a thread on resources for learning how to code? Or a basic introduction to the different languages of coding and what they're used for?

I learned a tiny bit of HTML back in Year 7 and haven't touched it since. I used Codecademy and found it to be a good resource :)

Glad to hear you like it!

Thanks for sharing the ideas - We could put up something basic (I certainly can't cover all languages or uses ahaha) and people can add to it.

Good old html and css on codeacademy is a throwback. I tried using it again a few years ago and it seems to have gone much more pay-to-use than it used to be but when I used it 6-ish years ago it was great