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[http://www.pythontutor.com/] - - public:willetfarm
DataScience, Programming, Python, Tutorial, Utilities - 5 | id:438372 -

Python Tutor helps people overcome a fundamental barrier to learning programming: understanding what happens as the computer runs each line of code. You can use it to write Python, Java, C, C++, JavaScript, and Ruby code in your web browser and see its execution visualized step by step.

[https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/visualstudio/windows/?f1url=https%3A%2F%2Fmsdn.microsoft.com%2Fquery%2Fdev16.query%3FappId%3DDev16IDEF1%26l%3Den-US%26k%3Dk(MSDNSTART)%26rd%3Dtrue&view=vs-2019] - - public:willetfarm
JavaScript, Programming, Reference, Tutorial - 4 | id:350287 -

Learn how to use Visual Studio to develop applications, services, and tools in the language of your choice, for any platform or device.

[https://refrf.shreyasminocha.me/] - - public:willetfarm
Programming, Regex, Tutorial - 3 | id:310201 -

This is an experimental “book“ about regular expressions. It is largely visual and example-based, as opposed to most regex resources I found while I was learning. I also attempted to choose test cases that highlight some common gotchas. I think it'll be worth your time.

[https://blog.codinghorror.com/a-visual-explanation-of-sql-joins/] - - public:willetfarm
SQL, Tutorial - 2 | id:310197 -

I thought Ligaya Turmelle's post on SQL joins was a great primer for novice developers. Since SQL joins appear to be set-based, the use of Venn diagrams to explain them seems, at first blush, to be a natural fit. However, like the commenters to her post, I found that the Venn diagrams didn't quite match the SQL join syntax reality in my testing.

[http://www.66pacific.com/sql_server_export_to_excel.aspx] - - public:willetfarm
SQL, Tutorial - 2 | id:310196 -

How to export a SQL table to an Excel spreadsheet using the SQL Server Import and Export Wizard.

[http://www.horstmann.com/bigj/help/compiler/tutorial.html] - - public:willetfarm
Java, Programming, Tutorial - 3 | id:310191 -

In this lab, you will learn four (!) different ways of compiling and running a Java program.

[https://blogs.lse.ac.uk/impactofsocialsciences/2019/06/18/using-twitter-as-a-data-source-an-overview-of-social-media-research-tools-2019/?fbclid=IwAR1dTM4q_iXTdzjybB4ySNIXYm7C3yG6hNF3gknMWiSkx3zrRYgWvr4-tcA] - - public:willetfarm
DataScience, Tutorial - 2 | id:310023 -

Twitter and other social media platforms represent a large and largely untapped resource for social data and evidence. In this post, Wasim Ahmed updates his recurring series on the Impact Blog, to …

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