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Computer Science / CIS: CS & CIS Websites

  • ASCII Conversion Table
    ASCII stands for American Standard Code for Information Interchange.
  • C and C++ Programming
    Cprogramming.com is a web site designed to help you learn the C or C++ programming languages, and provide you with C and C++ programming language resources.
  • C++ Station
    Tutorials and links for the C++ programming language.
  • Delphi Tutorials
    Links to free tutorials, lessons and resources for the Delphi programming language. There are also links to recommended books.
  • Dictionary of Algorithms and Data Structures
    Dictionary of algorithms, algorithmic techniques, data structures, archetypal problems, and related definitions.
  • Getnetwise
    From the Internet Education Foundation.
  • Getting Started with Visual Basic
    Walk-throughs provided by the Visual Basic Developer Center at MSDN. Also provides a list of web sites and forums to help find answers to common problems.
  • GitHub
    Secure source coding and collaborative development. Free public repositories, collaborator management, issue tracking, wikis, downloads, code review, etc.
  • Inkscape is free and open-source vector graphics software which runs on Windows, Mac OS X and GNU/Linux and uses the W3C open standard SVG as its native format. Inkscape can output as TikZ if you want to draw it first and then tinker more in TikZ by playing with the code.
  • Introduction to HTML
    Basic and advanced HTML coding are covered. Examples and quizzes are available along with a list of HTML references.
  • The Ipe extensible drawing editor for creating figures in PDF format supports making small figures for inclusion into LaTeX-documents as well as making multi-page PDF presentations.
  • Java Tutorials
    This guide include hundreds of complete working examples, and dozens of lessons.
  • Stackoverflow.com
    Stack Overflow is a free programming Q & A site.
  • TikZ: A simple visual editor for creating commutative diagrams. Also see link to github for TikZEdt standalone software for producing figures with a built-in graphical editor and a code box.

Organizations and Trade Associations: Information Systems

Computing | IT Societies & Organizations