Code Words

Code Words is an on-line publication about computer programming produced by the Recurse Center retreat community. It began publishing in December, 2014, and has a quarterly schedule.

The journal features original work by participants at the Center, including visiting “residents” and alumni. It is intended to “share the joyful approach to programming and learning that typifies” the community, and to be “accessible and useful to both new and seasoned programmers.” [1]

Topics commonly treated by Git ; [2] [3] Computer science concepts such as propositional logic , [4] data types , [5] and random forests ; [6] and treatments of various problems encountered in actual programming.

The supervising editor is Rachel Honor Vincent , with individual articles co-edited by members of the community. Contributions are licensed under the Creative Commons by CC-NC-SA 4.0 license . [1]

References

  1. ^ Jump up to:b Rachel Vincent (December 5, 2014). “Introducing Code Words” . Blog . Recurse Center . Retrieved November 28, 2016 .
  2. Jump up^ Mary Rose Cook (March 2015). “Git from the inside out” . Code Words. Recurse Center . Retrieved November 28, 2016 .
  3. Jump up^ Aditya Mukerjee (June 2015). “Unpacking Git packfiles” . Code Words. Recurse Center . Retrieved November 28, 2016 .
  4. Jump up^ Darius Bacon (September 2015). “The language of choice” . Code Words . Recurse Center . Retrieved November 28, 2016 .
  5. Jump up^ Joel Burget (June 2015). “The algebra (and calculus!) Of algebraic data types” . Code Words . Recurse Center . Retrieved November 28, 2016 .
  6. Jump up^ Nathan Epstein (October 2016). “A tour of random forests” . Code Words . Recurse Center . Retrieved November 28, 2016 .