Missed Hour of Code? Learn to program with these helpful guides!

Apple's Code.org-partnered Hour of Code workshops were a great success, helping those interested in development learn the basics in a friendly, welcoming way. But whether you went to a workshop and want more information or missed out and want to try coding, we've collected a few great resources for those who want to delve deeper.

To start, we recommend perusing Apple's iTunes U app, which includes apps, books, iTunes U courses, and podcasts. You can also check out Hour of Code workshops on Code.org.

Outside of official programming, we have a few suggestions for those interested in iOS development, HTML/CSS, and the like. No matter how you begin, if you're interested in code, all that matters is that you do start. There's a big, beautiful world of apps out there, and one of them could be yours!



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Are you a developer and have some suggestions for beginners trying to get into the world of coding? Have a different book, course, or option you've found useful? Let us know in the comments!

Updated December 2017: Added a few new videos for learning to code with Swift.

Serenity Caldwell

Serenity was formerly the Managing Editor at iMore, and now works for Apple. She's been talking, writing about, and tinkering with Apple products since she was old enough to double-click. In her spare time, she sketches, sings, and in her secret superhero life, plays roller derby. Follow her on Twitter @settern.