برمج بنفسك! مقدمة حول البرمجة

Start Date: 05/19/2019

Course Type: Common Course

Course Link: https://www.coursera.org/learn/intro-programming-ar

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هل تمنيت من قبل تعلم البرمجة، ولكن لم تعرف من أين تبدأ؟ سوف تتعلم من خلال هذه الدورة التدريبية كيفية البرمجة بواسطة Scratch، وهي لغة برمجة مرئية سهلة الاستخدام. والأهم من ذلك، سوف تعرفك على المبادئ الأساسية للحوسبة وستساعدك على التفكير كمهندس برمجيات.

Course Syllabus

برنامج الكمبيوتر الأول الخاص بك
أصبحت البرمجة أسهل!‏
تعديل الألعاب
إعادة استخدام الرمز

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Course Introduction

هل تمنيت من قبل تعلم البرمجة، ولكن لم تعرف من أين تبدأ؟ سوف تتعلم من خلال هذه الدورة التدريبية كيفية البرمجة بواسطة Scratch، وهي لغة برمجة مرئية سهلة

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