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Names matter. Below are four array methods from Apple's Cocoa framework, and the equivalent JavaScript methods:

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Cocoa: addObject addObjectsFromArray arrayByAddingObject arrayByAddingObjectsFromArray
JavaScript: push splice concat concat
To see the amount of thought that is put into Cocoa naming, I highly recommend the Cocoa coding guidelines .

Cocoa follows strong grammatical conventions which immediately convey the meanings of methods. Verb phrases ("addObject") perform an action and return nothing. Noun phrases ("arrayByAddingObject") return the noun so named, and generally do not have stateful effects unless the name suggests so. Expected arguments are clearly indicated by the name, in Smalltalk style. ("addObject" takes an object; "addObjectsFromArray" takes an array.) Most Cocoa code can thus be read and at least vaguely understood without documentation.

* Processing's "fill" and "stroke" read as verbs, although it's possible they were intended as shorthands to nouns ("fill color" and "stroke color"). In most other libraries (HTML canvas, Quartz, cairo), "fill" and "stroke" are unambiguously verbs, and act accordingly.

By contrast, many of Processing's function names are grammatically ambiguous or misleading. Many nouns, such as "ellipse" and "triangle", perform actions. Many verbs, such as "fill" and "stroke", do not.* The programmer constructs a color using a noun ("color"), and constructs an image using a verb ("createImage"). This sort of linguistic sloppiness is inappropriate, especially in a system for learning. A language must be parsed by people, not just compilers.

Okay then!

The design principles presented in this essay can be used as a checklist to evaluate a programming system for learning.

Does the environment allow the learner to...

Does the language provide...

This essay suggested some features and references that address these questions, but the questions matter more than my answers.

Some people will defend poorly-designed systems by pointing out all the creativity that they have enabled. For example, if novices are creating lots of programs in the Khan Academy and Processing systems, doesn't that mean the systems are worthwhile and valuable?

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If you are designing a system and you can't answer these questions, it's time to reopen your sketchbook, because your design's not done yet.

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Each Fall, City Arts Lectures presents “On Arts,” a series benefiting 826 Valencia’s College Scholarship program. The events feature conversations with writers, artists, comedians, actors, and other cultural figures, with proceeds going directly to the scholarship component of 826 Valencia’s College and Career Readiness program. These annual awards help outstanding first generation college-bound students who have participated in 826 Valencia programming access college and be successful there.

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