What is the Internet?
The Internet. You can send email, buy stuff, even look at pictures from space, but what really is the Internet? Learn how Web sites work and how you connect to them.
Objects, Properties, and More
Most programs that you will see and create will be in a style called object-oriented programming. Learn how objects work, and you will have an easier time writing programs in many languages.
Under the Hood
Words like memory, CPU, hard drive, and network card all probably sound familiar, but programmers should have a good idea of how they all work together. Learn how a computer works without voiding your warranty!
A World of Data
Everything stored in a computer is data. See how specific types of data are defined within the computer, how you fill them in with information, and how programs work with that data.
What is Code Anyway?
Learn about how computers work with code by thinking about how people listen to commands. Understanding the basics of commands makes it easier to understand why programs crash and how debuggin