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Codecademy: A great source for learning to code


by Adam Rabinowitz
With the field of computer science expanding every day, more and more people are being exposed to coding and computer programming than ever before.
TED recently released an article noting 10 premier places to learn how to code. On the list was Codecademy, a site which I began using at the beginning of this year.
Having never coded before, I found this site extremely helpful. The site allows you to learn JavaScript, HTML and CSS, Python and Ruby through simple tutorials.
Although I didn’t have much time to work with it, I found it very easy to work with. I could spend 10 minutes a day learning how to code.
I would highly recommend it to anybody looking to experiment with coding or interested in computer science. It is a great site that can help anyone.

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