Apple Swift Playground 20 Aug 2016 5:22 AM
Recently, Apple released an app exclusive for iPad users called 'Swift Playground'. The idea of the app is to teach younger (or even older) audiences into the world of programming, specifically on the Apple Swift language. The programming language is known to be new and upcoming but is already popular for making apps such as Evernote. The playground app makes programming simple and easy, however makes the experience artificial and not true to reality by not revealing the true code, instead the user only learns each bit by step.

What do you think, do you feel programming should be taught in this step by step way?
Reply: Apple Swift Playground 20 Aug 2016 3:17 PM
Why do we need another language. There's already scratch, which works for kids. Apple is trying to milk a dead cow, as they always are.
Reply: Apple Swift Playground 21 Aug 2016 11:32 PM
Meh, doesn't interest me in the slightest. Coding makes my brain hurt.

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