Idea for teaching:
If each student sets up a free GitHub account —
They can make Gists, like this:
Could these be used for peer grading? Easy to share.
Once the student has a GitHub account, he/she can write code in Codepen (http://codepen.io/) and automatically save to Gist from there.
I saw this map (second image on page) at The New York Times, and it made me want to learn more abut D3.
She’s also proud of her Ruby projects folder. Each project is something she was trying to teach herself. She’s more proud of the list than the finished products.
“Learning to code means reclaiming patience and persistence and making them your stubborn own.” [nice]
Continuing the PPT series that reviews the lessons learned in Learn Python the Hard Way.
See the first week’s PPT > Exercises 1 - 12
See the second week’s PPT > Exercises 13 - 19
See the third week’s PPT > Exercises 20 - 26
This concludes the four-week series. In the book, there are still more exercises (up to 52).