In the last ten years the mobile era has increased the importance of geolocation based and mapping apps. The Google Maps API and the Google Places APIs have come to represent the gold standard in geolocation information and mapping. In … Continue reading
From the casually curious, to the seriously motivated, “What Programming Language Should I Learn First?” is the most common question I get. For years I gave a nuanced answer. “Well, that depends on what you want to do…” That answer … Continue reading
Becoming a professional developer is a goal for many reading this. You’ve heard about the high salaries, flexible lifestyle, and growing number of opportunities in the development field. But as someone just starting out, how do you plan for that … Continue reading
You’ve invested the time and learned the skills. But you don’t have much experience— if any. What you need is proof that you know what you know. In the computer industry that proof often comes in the way of certifications. … Continue reading
Whoa! Sending an email in 1984. Certainly less fun than it looks! In 1984, I think I owned a Commodore 64. Does this bring back any memories? Reply below!
Enjoy Chapter 1 of LearnToProgram’s new book Java for Beginning Beginners posted as an excerpt. The complete book is available in printed form or in Kindle form from Amazon.com. Java Programming: Beginning Beginners’ Guide Chapter 1 Excerpt by Keshav Patel based … Continue reading
Best Text Editors for 2016 Best Text Editors 2016 from LearnToProgram, Inc. Text Editors allow programmers to write and edit code scripts in various languages. All of the editors below offer free downloadable versions and some with upgraded packages available … Continue reading
Today we launch our new show “The Web Dev Show.” The weekly program, hosted by LearnToProgram Media content developer Andrew Snyder-Spak, will provide a discussion of different important aspects of web development. This week’s show discusses a topic that many … Continue reading