The entire project is part of the Hour of Code Campaign, which is pushing hour-long tutorials to help kids and adults learn the fundamentals of coding and perhaps get them interested in learning more. There’s a need to get more people interested in programming. Ideas, nowadays, are executed through code.
The thought of learning how to code may seem intimidating, but Code.org and its contributors have helped get over that major hurdle by wrapping it up in beloved characters and shows. Half the battle is making the world of coding look more accessible, and Code.org has done that in its presentation and in creating a visually engaging system to drive home the concepts.
As Larry Wall would say, coding is like writing a recipe for creating a dish, a very, very detailed recipe.
Published by Big Think.