Each Northern Hemisphere summer, the Girls Who Code organisation offers a Summer Immersion Program to help girls learn ways to apply computer science concepts to personal projects. While it’s typically a seven-week, in-person affair, this year the program has changed to two weeks—and it’s online rather than in person.
As the adage goes, it’s never too late to start over. If you feel like a career change and like the idea of building websites for a living, this infographic from finance site Varooma contains everything a beginner needs to know – with an emphasis on finding paid work.
I’ve always wanted to learn how to code. I’d like to at least learn enough of a programming language to create some basic automations — or figure out some neat ways to control the various LED lighting kits I own.