Programming languages


Hvad er programmering og hvorfor skal du lære det?

Programmering har mange definitioner. Derfor er det svært at sætte en finger på, hvad det præcis er. Fælles for dem alle er, at computerprogrammer er det, der får computere til at virke.  Okay komponenterne i en computer har også noget at sige. Men uden softwaren inde i computeren, ville den bare være en bunke materialer der […]

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Which programming language? Python, of course!

The use of online learning has jumped up in recent weeks, and we are inundated with people taking part in our free 5 Day Coding Challenge. Apart from people taking part in the challenge, a lot of people are asking us why we chose Python as our programming language for our full-stack course.  Learn to […]

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What Is Front End and Back End Development?

Everything You Need to Know About The Front End Not exactly sure what frontend and backend mean? Do you want to learn more about coding technologies, but you’re not sure where to start? A good place to begin is breaking down the difference between frontend and backend development. Tech terms can be confusing but don’t […]

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Coding Languages – Who uses them and why?

We have talked before about how coding languages (just like spoken languages!) evolve over time and their uses and users change. With so much flux, it raises questions about individual companies’ preferences: For instance, which companies use Javascript? Who uses Python? And where is CSS3 used? And why do these languages (and other popular ones) […]

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3 Reasons Why a Code-Newbie Should Learn Python

When beginning to learn the craft of programming, one of the decisions you have to make is which language to tackle first. There are so many programming languages, the choice may seem overwhelming – what happens if you pick the wrong one?! Well… there’s always the Turing Theory of Completeness, but that’s way down the line! […]

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A Comparison of Popular Programming Languages

 Though many developers like to declare one programming language better over another, the truth is they all have their pros and cons. Since many languages are modeled after each other, their syntax and structures can be quite similar – so learning one will help you learn another. When choosing which language to learn, it helps […]

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Learning to Code in HTML

  HTML is an evolving language and has been through several revisions since its creation. HTML 1.0 was first released to the world in 1991, the same year the World Wide Web made its debut. HTML5, published in 2008, is the latest and greatest iteration. Let’s break down the definition of HTML, which stands for […]

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Could Code Become Canada’s Third Language?

Some interesting news came out of Canada this week. Bitmaker Labs, a web development learning center in Toronto that offers immersive coding bootcamps, has petitioned the Canadian federal government to designate “Code” as Canada’s official third language, after English and French. The skills gap in technology is a global concern and it’s estimated that in […]

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7 Popular Software Programs Written in Python

Python is a popular coding language for several reasons – it’s relatively easy to learn and read, has a massive library to help you solve many of your coding problems, and a very active and welcoming community of users.Even if you have no idea what kind of language Python is, chances are you’re quite familiar […]

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7 Places You Can Learn How To Code For Free

Can you really learn how to code for free? We’re not saying you can master coding that easily, but you certainly can, with the right attitude, learn to code in as little as three months. In time, that’s equivalent to one semester of a computer science degree – hardly long enough to set anyone up […]

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