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A Flowchart for Kids Learning to Code

Whether you have a free afternoon or an entire summer break, here are some ideas about what to learn first.

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Has it ever been easier to start learning to program? Today we have free code courses, practice websites, and truckloads of learn-to-code toys. And while modern tech fields run deep, most of them start shallow. Whether…

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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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