My first experience to code was during my elementary years back in the 80s when my computer teacher taught my class basic programming using DOS and BASIC language. I am not sure if you all recall DOS, but it was pretty much a simple program that allows you to navigate folders, look up files and extension names, conduct software installations, etc. While BASIC provided additional programming features that included different and more refined actions that are not available in DOS. As years went by, the world of programming continued to change and evolve that led to the emergence of different programming languages such as C+, C++, Java, Python, etc.
Speaking of programming, below are some resources that are available to those who are interested to teach and learn programming languages to students and teachers. It is time to re-ignite coding again among learners!
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