In the 1980s, we didn’t have access to the Internet, integrated development environments, rich graphics, or even a choice of languages.
What we had were 8-bit home computers, a blinking cursor, and Basic. And it was wonderful.
Basic opened the door to something that had never happened before—a generation of teens programming general-purpose computers.
We may not have been online but we were the first digital generation, absorbing the Tao of pixels, bytes, and
FOR… NEXT loops.