Web Programming and Coding The world of computers has opened up a wide range of possibilities for people in many different realms of their lives. For some people, learning to code means that they'll have a stable, high-paying job in the software industry. For others, Web programming forms the basis of a career in website design or online commerce. And for the disabled, computing technology allows them to communicate and experience the world in ways that they otherwise couldn't.
Hope Services provides information about developmental disorders and learning disabilities. This page contains helpful information for families with cerebral palsy, autism, Tourette Syndrome, and other developmental disorders.
Hillsborough Community College offers a wide range of AS and certificate programs for those interested in computer science and information technologies, including Web development and database technology.
The Miami Project to Cure Paralysis is a research facility whose goals include improving available treatments for spinal cord injury-induced paralysis. Their resource page includes links to specialized medical care in the Miami area as well as national medical resources and national and international organizations for paralysis patients.
Demarle provides evaluations and treatment services to help children with learning disabilities reach their full potential. Those looking for information on assistive technology, including information on assistive technology tools and training, will find this page very helpful.
The LDAA is dedicated to helping parents and children with learning disabilities. This collection of links includes information on school advocacy, assessment, and learning tools for children and adults.
Cincinnati State offers several degrees and certificate programs for those interested in computer science, programming, and software, including electrical engineering technology, business programming, systems analysis.
If you are looking for ways to expand your computer programming skills, this collection of links to programming contests and beginner programming guides is a good place to start. Check out the links and get started in coding, or try a link to a programming contest and put your skills to the test.
Designed to help students learn about microcomputer operating systems as well as programming languages and networking equipment, the Computer Information Systems Technology program prepares students for a career in computer support operations and software development.
Bowling Green City Schools has compiled this list of links for those just starting out in coding and computer science. While the links are geared toward children, they are useful for learners of all ages.
IT-oLogy's goal is to help young people learn about and prepare for a future in information technology. With links targeting children ages 11-14 interested in both hardware and software applications, this resource is a good place for both parents and students.
Site Production strives to help those just learning HTML discover what they can do with the language. With a short, informative video on how HTML works and a list of links, this page is a good place for those still wondering exactly what HTML is and what it can do.
All students have to start somewhere, and this guide is a great place for those who want an in-depth explanation of HTML and what it offers developers. The page also contains a useful collection of links to HTML guides and editors.
John Hurst has brought together a collection of HTML-related links useful for learners and professionals alike. This link list is broken down by subject for easier navigation and contains information on topics like document technology and computer systems.
A collection of links to fit almost any interest from agriculture to zoology, Bozho's page contains an extensive list of links about HTML programming as well as links about other programming languages, computer systems, academic journals, universities, and networking sites.
Want to improve your website but need a place to start? The Colorado School of Mines has gathered a short but detailed list of links to help website owners maintain their sites, including information on basic HTML coding.
Being a software developer takes more than an education. This simple guide from the University of Chicago outlines how to become a successful software developer, even if you don't plan on attending the school.
If you've worked with programming languages like C# or Java, a NullPointerException shouldn't come as a surprise, but what if they pop up in languages like C++? Christian Adam details how to find and fix a NullPointerException in the C++ programming language.