Vale, LOGO creator Seymour Papert, who taught us that code can be creative play • The Register
Vale, LOGO creator Seymour Papert, who taught us that code can be creative play • The Register: "Just over a decade ago some clever folks in Italy put together the Arduino, a credit-card sized board powered via USB and programmed with an IDE that borrows a lot from Processing, a programming language designed to make it easy to write interactive applications. As soon as I heard about Arduino, I ordered one, and not very long after Arduino number 435 arrived, I had it blinking an LED - the ‘Hello, World’ of hardware."
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