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Learn to Code; Learn Code Culture | HASTAC


Learn to Code; Learn Code Culture | HASTAC.

Articulate post from Michael Widner about learning to code.  Michael also has great advice for us trying to figure out how to work effectively in Digital Humanities. http://hastac.org/blogs/michael-widner/building-digital-tools-advice-getting-started

 

I know Michael has played around with the XO a bit, so maybe he can weigh in on this.  I wonder if the OLPC and Sugar community would benefit from reconceptualizing themselves as a digital humanities project, setting up some protocols for posting and sharing information, building a digital repository that really works, rather than a thousand scattered pieces.

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