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I start my students on Blockly for coding, as I find it is really useful to develop some algorithmic thinking. There is a developer section where you can create code with blocks (like Scratch) and "see" the equivalent Python/Javascript/Lua/PHP/Dart. We use NotePad++ for html and css but will swap to Atom.io next year (most like Sublime Text but free). When ...


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I would really recommend Pyzo(formerly known as IEP) especially because of these three reasons: it's lightweight, so it works with any laptop if it is fast enough for the operating system it's simple and NOT too packed with features it includes an IPython console which uses the major advantage of interpreted languages that they are, Hello Captain Obvious, ...


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