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Code Conquest Newsletter #22
July 24, 2013
This was fun last week, so let’s have another round of guess the programming language. Here are your five clues.
1. It was designed in 1991.
2. It’s a multi-purpose language.
3. It’s known for its simple syntax and readability.
4. It’s used by Google.
5. And its creator is Guido van Rossum.
Can you guess it?
It’s Python – and what do you know? It just so happens to be the subject of this week’s training recommendations.
If you’re interested in learning Python, this article is for you. You’ll find out about 5 quality sources of Python training, including online training from lynda.com and Codecademy, and a hand-picked selection of books.
Here’s the link again…
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Quotation of the Week
“I think that great programming is not all that dissimilar to great art.”
– Jack Dorsey
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The Code Conquest Team
Recommended Training – Treehouse
Although this site recommends various training services, our top recommendation is Treehouse.
Treehouse is an online training service that teaches web design, web development and app development with videos, quizzes and interactive coding exercises.
Treehouse's mission is to bring technology education to those who can't get it, and is committed to helping its students find jobs. If you're looking to turn coding into your career, you should consider Treehouse.
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