A collection of recommended study materials for people thinking of applying for the programme.
A Guide to setting up your developer environment by our good friends at dwyl is an excellent starting point for new developers.
Free Code Camp is a great place to start on your journey to becoming a web developer.
Internet History, Technology, and Security on Coursera provides a nice bit of historical context.
CSS Diner is a fun way to reinforce CSS selectors.
Typing Club is good (and free). It would help greatly for you to be a relatively quick typist.
Paul Ford - What is Code? is a great article about his impression of the tech industry and the life of a programmer. It's long, but quite light to read.
Steve Yegge's Google platforms rant shows you how passionate someone can be about their tech company's philosophy.
Inventing on Principle, a talk by Bret Victor.
Computer Science: Past, Present, and Future, a talk by Ed Lazowska.
The Future Doesn't Have to Be Incremental, a talk by Alan Kay.
Anything with Douglas Crockford in!