Wanna be blown away by what kids can do when they’re paired with the right Code Coach? Take a look at Gravity Crash, a game coded by an 11yo at the time. A billiards game with real collisions and ball movement – and Newtonian physics. Need I say more?
Ben Tarnoff of the Guardian argues that coding for kids is the Silicon Valley’s underhanded scheme to lower wages and make more profit. He couldn’t be more wrong.
The movement to teach kids (and adults) to code has really been gathering steam in the last five years. What’s happened since then? What’s going to happen in the future?
What’s it like to learn to code? Is it like learning science, or math like many parents traditionally assume? Or is it more like learning music? If you’ve read this far, you’ve guessed our answer – it’s a lot more like music.
Not sure what programming language your teen/pre-teen should learn first? Python? Java? See what we think and have seen from our experience.