Anyone Can Code: Understanding Programming Languages, Styles, Evaluation and More
Anyone Can Code: Understanding Programming Languages, Styles, Evaluation and More features sample chapters from 5 of our key reference books and textbooks on programming and teaching technology. It introduces programming as a way of problem-solving, through logical creativity, visual thinking, and algorithmic thinking. The book covers the study of programming languages, including programming language elements and evaluation.
This book features content from a range of CRC Press publications, including:
- Anyone Can Code The Art and Science of Logical Creativity By Ali Arya
- Programming Language Explorations By Ray Toal, Rachel Rivera, Alexander Schneider, Eileen Choe
- Discovering Computer ScienceInterdisciplinary Problems, Principles, and Python Programming By Jessen Havill
- Exercises in Programming Style By Cristina Videira Lopes
- Teaching Tech Together How to Make Your Lessons Work and Build a Teaching Community around Them By Greg Wilson
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Anyone Can Code: Understanding Programming Languages, Styles, Evaluation and More is brought to you by CRC Press - Taylor and Francis Group. It contains a collection of curated content from some of our bestselling books and leading experts.