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Peter McAsh

google-blockly - A visual programming language - Google Project Hosting - 0 views

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    Blockly is a web-based, graphical programming language. Users can drag blocks together to build an application. No typing required.
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    Scratch / App Inventor like coding
Peter Beens

The Open Turing Website - 2 views

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    Open Turing is an open source fork of Object Oriented Turing 4.1.2 for Windows. It is up to 50% faster, includes new features like 3D support, and is constantly being improved.
Doug Peterson

Microsoft Launches New Programming Language Db.NET - 1 views

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    Microsoft has finally released a new programming language in addition to their current suite of languages including C#, C++ and other .NET languages. The language is called Dflat.NET or simply Db.NET. It still uses the .NET Framework as its base. Also known as vNext.NET, this new language features many enhancements that developers and database designers have been looking for in other languages but were not available.
Peter Beens

Build Your Own Blocks (BYOB) - 0 views

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    Welcome to the distribution center for BYOB (Build Your Own Blocks), an advanced offshoot of Scratch, a visual programming language primarily for kids from the Lifelong Kindergarten Group at the MIT Media Lab. This version, developed by Jens Mönig with design input and documentation from Brian Harvey, is an attempt to extend the brilliant accessibility of Scratch to somewhat older users-in particular, non-CS-major computer science students-without becoming inaccessible to its original audience. BYOB 3 adds first class lists, sprites, and procedures to BYOB's original contribution of custom blocks and recursion.
Doug Peterson

The History of Programming Languages - O'Reilly Media - 1 views

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    For 50 years, computer programmers have been writing code. New technologies continue to emerge, develop, and mature at a rapid pace. Now there are more than 2,500 documented programming languages! O'Reilly has produced a poster called History of Programming Languages (PDF: 701K), which plots over 50 programming languages on a multi-layered, color-coded timeline.
Doug Peterson

Computer Languages History - 1 views

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    Computer Languages History
Doug Peterson

Julia, a language for technical computing | Lambda the Ultimate - 2 views

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    Julia, a language for technical computing
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    Looks interesting. Once mastered, it might be an excellent language to use in programming competitions.
Doug Peterson

CodeLesson - The C# Programming Language - 0 views

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    This course provides an introduction to programming in C#. It is suitable for experienced programmers interested in learning C# and the .NET framework as well as those who are new to coding.
Peter Beens

Tutorials \ Processing.org - 0 views

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    I'm really starting to like what I see in Processing. I think this language will be suitable for the full range of students, from the beginners in ICS2O or ICS3x, to the robotics programmers in TEJ4M (via Arduino). Note that it can create standalone applets or applications, which is appealing to the students. 
Peter McAsh

Waterbear - 1 views

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    A visual programming language for beginners. 
Peter Beens

Guido van Robot - 1 views

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    Guido van Robot, or GvR for short, is a programming language and free software application designed to introduce beginners to the fundamentals of programming. GvR runs on Windows, Macintosh, and GNU/Linux, in a variety of languages! It's great in both the classroom and the home as a way of introducing people to the basic concepts of programming.
Peter Beens

Processing.org - 0 views

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    Processing is an open source programming language and environment for people who want to create images, animations, and interactions. Initially developed to serve as a software sketchbook and to teach fundamentals of computer programming within a visual context, Processing also has evolved into a tool for generating finished professional work. Today, there are tens of thousands of students, artists, designers, researchers, and hobbyists who use Processing for learning, prototyping, and production.

    » Free to download and open source
    » Interactive programs using 2D, 3D or PDF output
    » OpenGL integration for accelerated 3D
    » For GNU/Linux, Mac OS X, and Windows
    » Projects run online or as double-clickable applications
    » Over 100 libraries extend the software into sound, video, computer vision, and more...
    » Well documented, with many books available
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