An easy way to code your own 3D graphics online. Dive into the world of pixels, triangles, textures, and colours!
Bring some colour to the console in this simple Python coding activity.
Throw some festive ornaments on a virtual Christmas Tree in this fun introduction to functional programming.
"Hello World!" is one of the first programs you learn how to code. Here's the phrase in 4 languages with links to 100 more examples.
Are you ready to create your virtual own solar system? With a little Python code and a little math, the sky’s the limit!
Sometimes, even the most dynamic languages need to classify and check data. Now, you can add your own types to any language!
Check out this nifty feature that helps programs distinguish between variables with different scopes.
A Python coding challenge to create exciting labyrinths at the click of a button!
With this new online program, you don’t have to be a coding whiz to create fun mobile apps!
A simple, fun Python tutorial that’ll get you drawing shapes all over the screen.
Bring your coding skills and your desserts to new levels in this simple Python coding activity.
Squares, checkerboards, and hollow boxes… what pattens can you imagine in Python?
A cool community to help you brush up on your web development skills.
It’s not as simple as it seems. Can you solve this classic programming problem?
Part philosophical paradox, part coding puzzle, quines are sure to tease and challenge your brain!
Add more tools to your command line arsenal, including running mini-scripts and making backup copies.
Unleash your inner digital chef through this simple (but mouth-watering) Python activity.
Whiz around your computer’s folders and modify files at lightning speed like a pro.
Code up your digital turtle mascot and watch him dash around the screen in this simple Python coding activity.
Learn how to search through blobs of text with speed, accuracy, and elegance… like a ninja!
Dive into the nitty-gritty of game-making with this popular Python library.
A simple coding activity that creates a virtual tic-tac-toe board with pieces.
Add data types to your new programming language in this third installment of the series.
With binary search, you don’t have to be a mind reader to beat this simple coding activity.
Learn how Twine can be used to make interactive games and stories.
You computer mouse cursor finally gets a cat to chase it.
Create turtles with Python, the programming language.
The repl.it website and React are one way to create mobile apps.