Codecademy is a website that teaches people how to code. Codecademy is free. I’m currently using Codecademy to learn Python, a language you can use on the Raspberry Pi. I found out about Codecademy from the Raspberry Jam my dad and I attended online. A girl named Amy Mather (age 13) was talking about a project she did with the Raspberry Pi, and she said she learned Python from Codecademy. Codecademy is fun and easy to use. When you start to learn how to code, Codecademy assumes you have no prior knowledge in coding, so it tells you everything you need to know! If you want to learn how to code, I suggest you try Codecademy.
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Hi Amy! The Codeacademy Links are wrong, they link to http://appler.net/amy/www.codecademy.com 😉
PS: Thanks for this nice Blog!
Thanks for telling me about this issue! I will fix it as soon as possible.
Another 2 places you can learn python is alice.com and pythonaccademy.com. On both, you can download the videos and review them later.
Great blog. Your daddy must be beaming with pride. Keep up the great work.
Two other places I just thought of, codeproject.com and htmlgoodies.com I have used them all for various lessons and to get extra help.