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Revision as of 17:16, 12 December 2013


This is a collection of useful free software programs, documentation, and resources under free licenses that help people learn how to program.


Software to learn how to make software

Sqltutor
Interactive web based tool for learning SQL by examples.


SNAP!
Visual, drag-and-drop programming language


Blockly
Blockly is a web-based, graphical programming editor.


Khan exercises
Khan-exercises is a framework for building exercises to work with Khan Academy.


Books and online tutorials

Dive Into Python 3
Dive Into Python is a free Python book for experienced programmers.



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