StackOverflow: If you ever Google a question about programming, then there is a very good chance that you’ll end up here anyway.
MSDN: Microsoft’s developer network has tons of tutorials and allows you to download the source code in most cases.
And there are countless other online resources. Do you know of any others? Put them in the comments and share with other readers.
Parents cannot rely on public schools to give their kids the education they need when it comes to technology. While there are apps for phones and tablets that can definitely aid in teaching your kids at school, our kids’ future depends on more than just using apps. They have to learn how to build them.
Andy is a computer programmer with an interest in sports, technology, movies, and a newly found passion for blogging. You can read more of his articles at www.andykano.com
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