I have some ideas, but my 12y old wants to program meaningful things, and
Go seemed meaningful like him.
Every father's dream and nightmare - "meaningful". We discussed scanning a
filesystem for files of a certain type and accumalating the size as a
But - he'll has to learn the language and the concepts first, and probably
git while he's at it.
Has anyone here treaded here before?
FWIW, I explained a bit about the languages I use - from Scala to Scheme to
OCaml and Go - and Go was obvious as a choice to him.
Cross-platform+compiling, the build system godoc.org.... And children seem
to speak the truth.
Any ideas/input highly appreciated!
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