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Why I Don’t Love Python as a Beginner Language

We often use Python to teach programming. But what if it isn’t the best starting point?

Illustration courtesy of Ouch!

If you want to learn the black magic of making metal and silicon bend to your will, no language is a bad starting place. In fact, you don’t even need to use a traditional programming language — you can learn plenty writing shell scripts or…

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Insights into the .NET stack. Thought pieces about the craft of software development. Real advice for teaching kids to code. And a shot of humor.

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Matthew MacDonald

Matthew MacDonald

Teacher, coder, long-ago Microsoft MVP. Author of heavy books. Join Young Coder for a creative take on science and technology. Queries: matthew@prosetech.com

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