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In this article I will take a look at CodeSchool: how they teach, what you can learn and is it a good investment for you to sign up for CodeSchool? I have no relation with the developers and the instructors at CodeSchool so this article contains only my opinion and my experience. I have a […]Continue reading
If you have a problem with programming, you’ll find answers if you search on the internet on StackOverflow. If you do not find the answers, you ask your question and hope that someone answers. A new platform, Wizpert offers you to chat with on-line experts about your problems.Continue reading
I have written about Gratipay, a supporting platform for creators with a flavour of long-time crowd-funding. Today let me introduce Flattr, which is almost the same as Gratipay: you can support creators (developers, musicians, other artists) you like out of your monthly budget. So this is a bit a way around than Gratipay.Continue reading
Well, as I try always to mention it is good to have some blog posts which are not about coding itself. So today I’m going to write a little review about the book “Becoming a better programmer” by Pete Goodliffe. You could think “This is the same: telling us about a book about coding.” but […]Continue reading
I promised applefruity to give him a reply on the book “Learn Python The Hard Way” from Zed A. Shaw — and I thought it is a good opportunity to make it a blog-post. And because the book helps you to learn Python the hard way I created a simple application — however not from the […]Continue reading