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Patrick Feeney Teaching kids to code out of school is a lot like coding bootcamps. You teach commands and syntax so the students can see some results and you teach programming concepts on the fly. Unlike schoolteachers we cannot force our kids to be there so our lessons need to be activity-based, practical, results-oriented, and low on theoretical computer science stuff. Some are sceptical but those of us who are in the trenches know that it works. We actually DO teach this kids to be good programmers. I would encourage any wanna-be developer to do a bootcamp. If kids can learn to code outside of an academic setting then there is no reason that adults should be able to accomplish even more without a computer science degree. Out of school coding education works!