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Progzoo is intended to be a resource for learners and a reference for practitioners.
 
Progzoo is intended to be a resource for learners and a reference for practitioners.
  
The tutorial material is aimed at first year Undergraduates with no previous programming experience. It attempts to be "wide spectrum" in that it includes many easy questions for the majority of students and a few harder questions for more able students.
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The tutorial material is aimed at first year Undergraduates with no previous programming experience. It attempts to be "wide spectrum" in that it includes many easy questions for the majority of students and a few harder questions for more able students. The tutorials are for people with unknown unknowns.
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The reference material is supposed to show the simple, obvious cases first. It should be particularly useful for programmers who know how to do something in one language but need to know how to do it in another. The reference material is for people with known unknowns.
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There is a great deal of missing material. Mostly, the Java pages have most tutorial material - from these pages you can access other languages, please help out by copying a Java tutorial then translate it into the programming language of choice. Completing the missing tutorial material is a task for people with unknown knowns.
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Lucky people with known knowns could help most by improving the structure of the site and the organization of the tutorials and guides.

Revision as of 21:29, 17 June 2008

Progzoo is intended to be a resource for learners and a reference for practitioners.

The tutorial material is aimed at first year Undergraduates with no previous programming experience. It attempts to be "wide spectrum" in that it includes many easy questions for the majority of students and a few harder questions for more able students. The tutorials are for people with unknown unknowns.

The reference material is supposed to show the simple, obvious cases first. It should be particularly useful for programmers who know how to do something in one language but need to know how to do it in another. The reference material is for people with known unknowns.

There is a great deal of missing material. Mostly, the Java pages have most tutorial material - from these pages you can access other languages, please help out by copying a Java tutorial then translate it into the programming language of choice. Completing the missing tutorial material is a task for people with unknown knowns.

Lucky people with known knowns could help most by improving the structure of the site and the organization of the tutorials and guides.