Philosophical Building Blocks for Computer Programming
Resources for Praxis Machine Computer Science 1, Unit 1: MsgBox. Google 'msgbox function'. You'll discover Microsoft Solution Developer Network official help for MsgBox. MSDN Help is the definitive resource for the obnoxious little popup window--ubiquitous on desktops and the Internet. Yes, MSDN is dry and boring, but it mostly states exactly what the MessageBox actually does. Just keep Googling for other more lively msgbox examples and discussions! For sure you'll come back to MSDN Help from time to time. Here's the takeaway: the next time a MessageBox asks you "Do you really wish to do this?'' think twice! And don't give your social security number.
General resources for Praxis Machine Coding Lessons--analysis and synthesis of history and philosophy of finite computation and mathematics. Indeed and indeed. Try De Machinae Mathematicae Principia Philosophica, or as we say in English, The Philosophical Principles of Mathematical Machines.
Resources for Praxis Machine Computer Science 1, Final Unit: Coding for Prime Numbers. Try factsaboutprimes.weebly.com. The fun part of computer program is--you're never done. firstname.lastname@example.org