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"Retro programming" teaches using 1980s machines

hessian (467078) writes | about 4 years ago

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Death Metal Maniac writes ""Modern computers go too fast," said Mr Abrams. "You can see the instructions happening for real with these machines. They need to have that understanding for the A-level.""
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Notepad is enough (1)

stanlyb (1839382) | about 4 years ago | (#33369534)

Very true. In my experience i found out that for the most complicated and twisty problems, all that you need is Notepad. And good programing techniques. And logical thinking.
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