Building things, allows us to think about them. Thinking about things, allows us to understand them. It can save us money, give us a sense of gratification and value, and it can also give us another perspective on what others do.
Code Kids Code! We are moving soon to another state; one which has Latin in the school curriculum. Our son is quite good with languages, already speaking English, German, and Russian – but he is a bit worried about Latin (“Where… Read More »See Jack Code. See Jane Code. Code Kids Code!
Who needs to learn to code? Probably everyone
You don’t need a degree in Computer Science to code. In fact, some of the better coders out there have degrees in literature and languages. It’s never too late to learn code – and learning, just like any language, makes you literate – and adds another skill that might just translate into earnings. Computational thinking can aid problem solving and help with understanding large amounts of information.Read More »To Code or Not to Code …