Effects of Self-Regulated Learning (SRL) have been investigated in a variety of contexts. In this research, we explore advanced learning technologies based on the Information Processing model of SRL in the context of structured programming. We conducted an experiment to study ways to enhance the use of programmers' working memory, to develop tactics to carry out task level activities during programming, and to learn how to program more effectively. The results of the experiment indicate that programmers who received SRL-based treatment outperformed programmers who did not receive the treatment. We argue that the infusion of SRL-based technological interfaces would have a positive influence on the performances in programming.