Code-First Development with Entity Framework: Sergey Barskiy
Programming Entity Framework: Code First:Creating and Configuring Data Models from Your Classes Julia Lerman
Computer programming may well be tomorrow´s ´´new literacy.´´ Coding offers children a creative avenue to express themselves through technology and opens the door to unlimited opportunities in the digital era. First Time Coders, written by an MIT Master Trainer for coding education and award-winning founder of a STEM and coding education institute, is the essential handbook for parents whose kids are starting their coding journey, or are already coding and eager to learn more. You will find: ¿ Advice and solutions to common challenges about youth tech usage. ¿ Essential principles when learning to code. ¿ Introduction of 15+ age-appropriate coding languages and tools for children aged 4 to 18. ¿ 20+ step-by-step hands-on coding projects followed by challenges. ¿ Computer science concepts for each project. ¿ Tips for adults to discuss these concepts in-depth. Start your child´s coding adventure with First Time Coders!
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It´s no secret the world around you is becoming more connected, more configurable, more programmable, more computational. You can remain a passive participant, or you can learn to code. With this book you´ll learn how to think computationally and how to write code to make your computer, mobile device, or anything with a CPU do things for you.
Head First Learn to Code:A Brain-Friendly Guide - A Learner´s Guide to Coding and Computational Thinking Eric Freeman
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Student Dress Codes and the First Amendment:Legal Challenges and Policy Issues Richard Fossey/ Todd A. Demitchell