Like father like son. My boy is starting to code!
I started coding when I was in fourth grade. I (unknowingly) used a very classical approach. I read the basic terms and definitions and then followed tutorials on how to make games. The tutorials were in qBasic, but I had BasicA, and there were always a few things to debug and modify. So, I would naturally work through the grammar, dialectic and rhetorical stages of coding each month. Now that my son is in the fourth grade, he's beginning to do the same thing. Only this time, the language is a little more kid friendly.
We recently celebrated my eldest son's birthday. Usually my wife would have prepared his meal of choice (which was brinner), but we had a busy day. So, this year we went to iHop. At the end of the meal, they came out singing and presented him with a complimentary dessert. (Remember when that was a big deal and went above and beyond expectations?) After the meal a stranger came up to our table and gave us some interesting information.
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