Classic Scoble : A new programming language for learning to program

June 29th, 2008 |
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What was Scoble up to one year ago today? Check out today’s video for a trip down memory lane.
And for more context, check out his blog, from one year ago today!

Brandon Watts, developer of the Leopard Programming Language, tells me about how Leopard will help people learn to program. It’s a new language optimized for learning and is getting good reviews from instructors who are trying to find a way to get more kids into computers.

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