Monthly Archives for April 2015

Can you imagine that the world will change?

Last night at the conference dinner I was chatting with Peng Hwa Ang, and we started talking about young people nowadays. That’s a sure sign that I’m getting older, I suppose, but we weren’t complaining about their wildness, we were comparing notes on … Continue reading

26. April 2015 by Jill
Categories: Networked Politics | 4 comments

Teaching BASIC in the 21st century

If you bought a home computer in the 1980s, chances are you learnt a little bit of BASIC programming. The command line interface meant that the difference between starting to play a game and writing a short program was not … Continue reading

23. April 2015 by Jill
Categories: Teach kids to program!, Teaching, Uncategorized | Leave a comment