Education and Instruction

This entry is part 21 of 22 in the series Learning to ProgramThere are probably as many Integrated Development Environments as there are programming languages. That’s not even counting using notepad, the command line, notepad ++, or other text editors. Some of the IDE’s are specific to a language, while […]

Learning to Program – Integrated Development Environments (IDE’s)

This entry is part 20 of 22 in the series Learning to ProgramIn programming, you’ll encounter a lot of different errors. Syntax errors, functional errors, configuration errors, and more. All of the errors can be classified as two main types though: compiler (or compilation) errors and run-time errors. Compilation errors […]

Learning to Program- Two Main Types of Errors

This entry is part 15 of 22 in the series Learning to ProgramOk so we’ve covered the first three stages (defining the “problem” with IPO charts and PAC charts, flowcharting the program, and pseudocode and/or UML diagrams for the program).  Now we’re on to actually coding the program in the […]

Learning to Program – (Stage 4) Coding