We’re starting a new thing! At the end of each month we’ll round up a few of our favorite things – from blog posts, announcements, technology, science and whatever other stuff the Xojo team thinks was noteworthy and I’ll post it. It’s the new Xojo Monthly Round Up!
Tag: Women in Tech
Paul talks with Carol Keeney of BKeeney Software about databases, requirements analysis, agile/scrum and much more.
I get a lot of questions about Xojo from students of all ages- from 10 year-olds to university students and others who want to learn to program- so I thought I’d gather all the resources Xojo has to offer for students.
Can I learn to code in Xojo for free? Yes!
Do you have free books on Xojo? Yes!
Can I ask Xojo my beginner questions? Yes!
The Xojo language is Object-Oriented, which is a great way to learn the fundamentals of computer programming. In addition to being cross-platform, Xojo is a Rapid Application Development tool, which makes it easy for you focus on developing your app rather than learning multiple languages.
Despite our best efforts here at Xojo, everyday can’t be #CodeDay! So we figure we better go all out for the first official, national Code Day! Saturday, May 24th, we want to help you join thousands of students in 24 cities across America celebrate technology, share ideas and build cool apps!
We here at Xojo think everyone one should learn to code.