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Programming Guides

The programming historian, William Turkel, provides a good list of resources (they appear to be various blog posts) for any humanities scholar interested in learning programming.

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Colleague in ProfHacker

Ryan Cordell at ProfHacker: Next—and more directly germane to digital humanities work—is “The Rubyist Historian.” Jason Heppler, a graduate student in the history department at the University of Nebraska, recently began using his blog “to write an accessible introduction to Ruby and demonstrate not only how to write small programs but also think about ways programming can help scholars in their everyday tasks.” Jason’s guide is accessible, even to a complete novice like me. Another well deserved shout out for my colleague Jason Heppler, who has just completed an e-book guide to introduce programming to historians. Another interesting side note…

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