When my oldest daughter was about 4 she was always watching me on the computer. So I spent $$ to buy her one of those oversized trackballs for kids, thinking the mouse would be too difficult. I also bought her a Mavis Beacon Teaches Typing program. She used the track ball for roughly two days and shoved it aside in favor of the mouse. But she could touch type very well by first grade. Today she does project implementation for a software company serving casinos. :)
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On Aug 18, 2020, at 1:43 PM, Russell Haley <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
Some of you may know that Roblox is a massive online gaming system that allows users to create their own games. The games are scripted in Lua (5.1). My seven year old son has started making Roblox games, which mostly consists of WYSIWYGs and editors. He is now at the point where he wants to start understanding the scripts that he gets from the Youtube tutorials. The link below is a picture of my seven year old son reading Programming in Lua:
Brings a tear to an old lua hacks' eye.