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Most students use their first name, for example, Tom or Felix123 After you register, you might get a bunch of questions. You can ignore the questions.
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== Install and setup Visual Studio Code ==  
== Install and setup Visual Studio Code ==  

Latest revision as of 09:14, 20 August 2021

Follow these steps to get started![1]

What you need to do to get started

Computer scientists use special tools to solve problems. Learning how to correctly use your tools is an important part of becoming a computer scientist or programmer.

When you first start using a new tool it can feel confusing, overwhelming or weird. Don’t worry! This topic is concerned with the very first steps in setting up your tools. The more you use a tool, the better you become.

Join Google classroom

Please make sure you have joined our google classroom. Your teacher will give you a google classroom code. If you have any trouble, please let your instructor know.

Bookmark the following sites




Install and setup Visual Studio Code

  1. Click here for instructions to install Visual Studio Code

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