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Visual Programming Means Anyone Can Be a Coder

By New Scientist

August 29, 2012

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Many great ideas start out as scribbles on scraps of paper, as thinking visually is an intuitive way to grapple with abstract concepts. Part of the reason is the immediacy—thoughts can be captured and communicated in a sketch and, if wrong, changed or scratched out just as quickly. Not so for computer programmers.

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