Coding for Dummies

Coding for Dummies

Book - 2015
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Presents an introduction to computer programming, describing the coding basics for HTML, CSS, Javascript, Ruby, and Python and the development process for putting together a Web application.
Publisher: Hoboken, NJ :, John Wiley & Sons, Inc.,, [2015]
Description: xii, 260 pages : color illustrations ; 24 cm
ISBN: 9781118951309
Branch Call Number: 005.1 Abr


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Jan 31, 2016

Overall, this is a good book, especially for beginners, but one major point of contention. The author states that Tim Berners-Lee created or invented HTML -- incorrect. Berners-Lee, an excellent engineer so I am not be derogatory, just historically accurate, copied a subset of the publicly domained SGML and tweaked it for the Web, calling it HTML. SGML was the publicly domained version of IBM's GML, or General Markup Language. Just as it was Van Jacobsen who was responsible for the HTTP protocol; good to keep history as accurate as possible.

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