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The Nintendo Switch could soon introduce your child to coding apps

The Next Web Tuesday, 20 June 2017
The Nintendo Switch could soon introduce your child to coding appsWhether you’re into Nintendo’s Switch for its roster of Mario and Zelda titles or the on-the-go gameplay, you’ll be happy to know that it’ll soon be able to handle double duty as a programming tool, when FUZE Code Studio launches around a year from now. The package will let your child learn to code their own apps and games in FUZE BASIC, a modern take on the BASIC programming language that the company says is a great introduction to more powerful languages like C++ and Python. In addition to FUZE BASIC (which you can try out now on Linux, Raspberry…

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