The Nintendo Switch could soon introduce your child to coding apps


Whether 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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