Kids become Java programmers in CodeSpells video game

04/12/2013 | Wired.com

Children can learn how to code in the Java programming language with CodeSpells, an experimental video game developed at the University of California, San Diego. Magic spells in the game are produced only by writing Java code. The game was tested on a group of 40 tween girls.

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