It’s more than just your typical ABC book for kids. It’s a project designed to get kids to think about programming as fun and interesting, rather than dry and boring. The goal? To empower parents to talk to their children about code, promote education of programming and get software developers to think outside the box of their primary language.
Listen as authors of Programming Languages: ABC++, Michael and Martine Dowden, explain the results the book is getting and how it might end up in the hands of gradeschoolers in Indiana!
To learn more, visit www.inedo.com/abc.