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This PHP OAuth client class was built specifically with the purpose to get you up to speed without knowing much about how the protocol works.
It is always good to know how the protocol works internally but if you do not have the time nor the patience, you should not need to know the protocol extensively.
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Projects start with simple boxes and colors, rapidly progressing into exciting experiments with simple animation and fractals. Important programming concepts like variables, loops, conditionals, expressions, and functions are introduced by example.
Code Monster is a gentle and fun introduction to programming concepts. It is a first step in learning to program. It is not intended to teach all of computer science and programming.
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Python is an easy to learn and powerful programming language. This course combines the best resources on Python, including amongst others the official documentation, lectures from MIT's freshman class "Introduction to Computer Science and Programming" and Zed Shaw's terrific "Learn Python the Hard Way". Python is a great choice as your first programming language and this course assumes no prior experince in Computer Science or Programming.
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The reader, who asked not to be identified, is an ICT co-ordinator at a secondary school. He tells how his “image-conscious” headmaster was seduced by a scheme that allowed all the school’s staff to replace their laptop computers with an iPad 2.
There is an its not all bad section and some of the comments correct some of the school's mistakes. I guess the lesson is know what you are getting into.
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