An Adventure in Coding with QB64: A Beginner’s Guide for Young Minds

This entry is part 1 of 1 in the series Coding For Kids

Embark on a magical coding journey with QB64, a modern version of BASIC designed for young minds. Learn the basics of programming, create personalized spells, explore data types, and engage in enchanting exercises. Let your creativity soar as you master the art of coding!

🚀 Exciting News: Introducing “Coding For Kids” – A New Series on CodeRancher! 🚀


🚀 Introducing “Coding For Kids” – A New Series on CodeRancher! 🚀 Dive into the world of coding with our exciting new series designed for young tech enthusiasts aged 7 to 12. Experience hands-on, story-driven coding adventures that make learning computer science fun and engaging. Stay tuned for interactive puzzles, real-world applications, and the joy of unleashing creativity through coding! Let the coding adventures begin! 🚀

Is Software Development An Engineering Discipline, Science, or Craft? We Ask ChatGPT!

Discover the intricate balance between theory and practice in software development. This analysis explores the intersection of software development with science, engineering, and trade craft disciplines. Gain insights into the empirical nature, problem-solving approaches, and tools used in this hybrid discipline.

Modern C Programming: Embracing New Features, Standards, and Historical Changes

Delve into the evolution of C programming, from historical changes to embracing new features like C11. Explore its enduring usefulness in modern software development and understand its impact on programming languages and the fast-paced world of technology.

Rebuttal to Eric Normand’s Article: “How is Haskell Faster than C?”

Delve into the nuanced debate between Haskell and C programming languages. This article dissects the claims about Haskell’s speed superiority over C, emphasizing the importance of well-crafted code and developer expertise in determining programming efficiency. Discover the complex interplay of factors that influence the performance of these languages in real-world applications.