mimosa wrote:Stuff that might be helpful for beginners or those interested in learning about this or that. For that reason, I think, this thread was bumped up to the top of the board. If any of the devs thinks an item is particularly good, its URL gets included in the first post, which now has a number of good links.
This particular item interested me more for the concept than the content - though there are some bits I really liked!
Ooops, sorry, must have missed the other pages and the titles on my tiny smartphone display.
My apologies, just ignore that comment.
In that case, I've got an addition too.
If you want to try out programming this could be a very easy solution without much fiddling. The tour is more aimed at programmers though. But you can try out other code as well without needing to install anything or messing with compilers, ides and stuff.http://golang.org/http://tour.golang.org
If you're serious about it, you won't get around setting up a environment locally though.