Learn to Code
Computational thinking is the new literacy. Are you ready? Head First Learn to Code combines puzzles, strong visuals, mysteries, and soul-searching interviews with famous computational objects to engage you in many different ways. It’s fast, it’s fun, and it’s effective. And, despite its playful appearance, Head First Learn to Code is serious stuff: a complete introduction to coding.Learn More
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Looking for code samples, errata, book resources, and community for your new Head First book? Just click or touch the book cover below to access all things about the book. And of course you’re welcome to look around at the other books that might be on your learning journey.
You’ve read the books, you’ve done your homework, now you’re ready for the next step: making something real! WickedlySmart projects hand picks interesting applications and we build them together, from scratch. Follow the link below to find out more and get yourself on the early access list.
Interested in the future of the Internet? WickedlySmart colleague Eric Freeman co-wrote a piece with technology guru David Gelernter for the Wall Street Journal on where the web is going.
Anyone who has ever been late on a software development project (who hasn’t?) can relate to this. Software development starts to feel more like an art or craft when the best you can do is roughly estimate the size and scope of a job and then cross your fingers and hope for the best — certainly, it is at times like these when our field doesn’t feel like much of a science.