The 10,000 Words blog has a post for any journalist who has “learn to code” listed as a new year’s resolution.
The post introduces you to Google Code University and lists the programming languages on offer as courses.
Google Code University (GCU) does not require any registration, and materials are free to use. In web programming, for example, there are lectures, videos, and contributed course content to teach users how to create interactive web applications that go beyond your basic static web page.
See learn to code today with Google Code University for details.
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