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All about the object-oriented programming language C#.
C# Fundamentals: Development for Absolute Beginners
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OCaml is a statically typed functional programming language. It occupies a delightful sweet spot between high-level expressiveness and good performance.
Why use OCaml? OCaml for the Masses
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News about the dynamic, interpreted, interactive, object-oriented, extensible programming language Python
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- Think Python
- Dive into Python 3
- Automate the Boring Stuff with Python
- Invent Your Own Computer Games with Python
- Python Discord Resources
- Non-programmers Tutorial for Python 3
- Beginner's Guide Reference
- Five life jackets to throw to the new coder (things to do after getting a handle on python)
- Full Stack Python
- Test-Driven Development with Python
- Program Arcade Games
- PyMotW: Python Module of the Week
- Python for Scientists and Engineers
- Dan Bader's Tips and Trickers
- Udemy Tech Youtube channel - Python playlist
- Problem Solving with Algorithms and Data Structures
- How To Think Like a Computer Scientist
- Code School: Try Python
- The Python Challenge (solve each level through programming)
- CheckiO (game world)
- Project Euler (math heavy)
Try Python in your browser
- try.jupyter.org (Evolved from the language-agnostic parts of IPython, Python 3)
- Azure Notebooks
- Skulpt (uses WebGL)
- trypython.org (uses Silverlight)
- ideone (online compiler and debugger)
- PythonAnywhere (basic accounts are free)
- Brython (Python 3 implementation for client-side web programming)
- Wakari.io (Web-based Python Data Analysis)
- repl.it for Python
- Transcrypt (Hi res SVG using Python 3.6 and turtle module)
- Twisted, 0MQ (networking)
- Django, Pyramid, Flask, ... (Web Frameworks)
- Pygame (Game development)
- NumPy & SciPy (Scientific computing) & Pandas
- Pyglet - (Game / UI Development)
- /r/pythoncoding (strict moderation policy for 'programming only' articles)
- /r/flask (web microframework)
- /r/django (web framework for perfectionists with deadlines)
- /r/pygame (a set of modules designed for writing games)
- /r/IPython (interactive environment)
- /r/inventwithpython (for the books written by /u/AlSweigart)
- /r/pystats (python in statistical analysis and machine learning)
- /r/coolgithubprojects (filtered on Python projects)
- /r/pyladies (women developers who love python)
- /r/git and /r/mercurial - don't forget to put your code in a repo!
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Scheme Programming Language articles.
Scheme is one of the lingua franca of programming language theory (PLT) so PLT articles are also welcome!
- /r/lisp: LISP is Scheme's parent language
- /r/functionallang: Functional programming
- /r/functional: Same scope, but bigger
- /r/learnprogramming: Learn how to program!
- /r/PLT/: Programming Language Theory
- /r/types: Type theory