Author: Matt Burton
Once you've downloaded Firefox, launch it and visit the SQLite Manager install page and click the "Add to Firefox" button.
Once you have installed the plugin you will be asked to restart Firefox. Once you've restarted you'll have the SQLite Manager plugin installed!
To launch SQLite Manger go to the Tools menu and select SQLite Manager. A new window should pop open which is a graphical interface for interacting with an SQLite database file on your machine.
First, visit the Anaconda CE Download page and download the distribution for your operating system.
If you are running Windows you need to know if you are running the 32bit or 64bit version.
Anaconda installs its own Python distribution with libraries and executables. It will not interfer with any existing Python stuff you've already installed. However, it will put the Anaconda stuff on your local PATH (if you don't know what that means, don't worry).
The first thing we want to do after installing Anaconda is run the Anaconda Launcher app and install the IPython Notebook.
For the first time (when you want to install the IPython notebook), Right-Click and 'Run as Administrator. Otherwise, the installation may hang without an error. (Props to Dan Rush)
Now click the "install" button for the IPython Notebook. This will automatically download the latest version of the IPython library and install it within your Anaconda distribution. Once it is installed, the button will change to "launch." Clicking this button will start up the IPython Notebook!
You will need what is called a "plain text editor" for writing code. You can't use a regular word processor like Microsoft Word to write code because that would be insane.
Instead we urge you to use a plain text editor. What editor you use is a deeply personal decision:
Congratulations, you have got all the necessary software installed to participate in the summer camp!