A student writes: "I know python fairly well, but I want to improve my coding skills and learn to think in a mathematical and computational way". Some free resources to get started 1/
The new http://vscode.dev site is extra dope. Now when you visit the site, you'll be presented with a lightweight version of VS Code running fully in the browser. Open a folder on your local machine and start coding. No install required.https://code.visualstudio.com/blogs/2021/10/20/vscode-dev …pic.twitter.com/eUXVcy73Gy
coding tutorials are like “okay so this is how u do a thing.. okay?” then 3 minutes later it’s “okay so here’s the better way of doing it the last way is dumb and u should probably kys for using it”
Whatever Sushant predicted either abt getting coding in education,social media platform is powerful tool or may b abt BW falling,everything is happening as per his words! Well said Mr.Perfectionist!!
Everyone shuld rot in hell!!
No Sushant No BWood
Wish I could write in methods section: “Yes, I used Atlas.ti but before coding there, I printed all interview transcripts and color coded because I went to Berkeley sociology as an undergrad, and my mentors are over 65 and that’s how they code.” Qualitative abuela for life pic.twitter.com/tJ4WqTjgF2