There are many useful resources on the web that can help you learn and practice coding.

For absolute beginner’s, a good place to start is Scratch, from MIT. Scratch lets you write visual programs, using blocks which snap together, to animate colorful characters and objects. It works completely within your web browser.

If you have already read the Coding Compass eBooks and are looking for a great reference to expand your coding skills, try w3schools’ great web site:

Coding Compass recommends the Komodo Edit integrated development environemnt (IDE) from ActiveState. An IDE helps you organize and write your coding projects, files and source code. Komodo Edit is FREE and available for Microsoft Windows, Apple macOS and Linux operating systems: