SICP JS going public
It’s our pleasure to announce the initial public release of
SICP JS has been used by the National University of Singapore in the computer science freshman programming methodology course CS1101S since 2012, and is maintained by the CS1101S community as an open source project. We share it with educators and learners and welcome contributions and suggestions.
Some highlights of SICP JS and the Source Academy:
How to get involved?
The adaptation is a long-term effort involving dozens of contributors. While the core sections of all chapters come with clickable and working Source programs, several sections and subsections are “work-in-progress” and not all their programs are clickable, indicated in red under the headline. These sections and subsections are starting points for you to get involved! You can also join in the effort to provide high-quality solutions to the textbook exercises. And of course if you spot an error, please file an issue.
Martin Henz and Tobias Wrigstad