Last Updated on March 15, 2022 by Ellen
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I don’t consider myself a technical person. One of the reasons that I started this blog was to help myself remember how I fixed things or learned things so I could share with other people.
There are a lot of coders and designers and tech support websites and I am definitely not one of those. I am a blogger who wants to learn the basics so I can do some of these things for myself.
The one thing that has always bothered me is that I don’t easily understand the coding part of blogging. A million years ago in one of my first jobs, a friend taught me BASIC programming language and I had a blast making my computer ask me questions and respond with certain answers. It was fun and easy and that’s as far as I went.
I have referred to the index in the book several times for a reminder of what things mean and am finding it a really helpful resource.
I definitely recommend this book. Your child can try 15 different coding projects. It’s a great way to get some STEM learning into a homeschool curriculum as well.
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