Whether you’ve missed an Information Technology (IT) lesson and now you’ve fallen behind, or you need help understanding a programming language better, don’t panic! Here are just a few of the many sites you can use to help you get back on track.
The following sites will help you learn some of the basics of the programming language Scratch:
The Scratch website is basically a great community of beginner programmers as well as teachers from all over the world! Here, you’ll be able to find help with how to work on Scratch as well as view other people’s Scratch projects for some inspiration. You can even download Scratch for free, should you need to download it on a separate computer for practice.
Mr Teacher Kevin
Mr Teacher Kevin is a website run by Kevin Briggs where you can find help with learning the basics of Scratch and other programming languages. The website has videos and articles that explain things simply, and in a way that’s fun to read and explore.
The following sites will help you learn some of the basics of the programming language Delphi:
ThoughtCo - Delphi Basics
The ThoughtCowebsite has a list of articles you can read for free, which cover the basics of Delphi.
Ron Grove is a YouTube channel which has step-by-step tutorials on how to do basic as well as intermediate things on Delphi.
LearnDelphi is another YouTube channel which helps with getting a hang of the basics of Delphi.
The following sites will help you learn some of the basics of the programming language Java:
Programming Knowledge have an amazing playlist for Java beginners. You can also find even more free help and codes on their CodeBlind website.
The New Boston have over 4,200 video tutorials which you can watch for free on their YouTube channel. Whether you’re a beginner to Java, or you need help with performing more advanced functions, you’ll probably find a video to help you out.
Duckademy IT Courses
On Duckademy’s channel, you can find tutorials and courses made for those who are new to Java.
We hope that you’ll find the help you need on these sites- even if you don’t have any specific questions, give them a look and you might learn something new! Good luck and have fun coding!