Teaching programming to novices is a difficult task down to the complex essence of the subject, the negative views associated with programming, and because initial programming courses are not often successful in encouraging students to understand the concepts. Foundation programming lessons should concentrate on problem-solving skills and introduction to the basic manners of algorithmic thinking. This book's aim illustrates the progress and results obtained by investigating the different existing programming solving tools in order to achieve a new tool with high-performance capability. By using the intelligent visual tool, a user can comfortably analyze the problem and enhance the problem solving skills. This book’s aim is to present a brief overview of the programming difficulties faced by novice students and of existing visualization tools in programming education, and reviewing an artifact of a new intelligent tool.