Hello my son Jimmy has down syndrome i was wondering what the easiest programming language for him to learn would be.
>wut the fuck...
Don't see what's so complicated or bewildering about this question, but whatever.
Anyway, "Scratch" is a programming language recommended to kids who are beginning to learn programming. After he does that and if he can do that well, I'd recommend HTML or HTML 5.
well, that's mostly because non-down people perceive them as terribly unfortunate people and they've been sheltered from the usual hardships of society since birth. most people are friendly and happy until you have to deal with some motherfucker and your karma wheel starts winding up
Why would you even waste your time teaching a mong anything. I'm not pro-life or pro-choice but when you bang your cousin, or impregnate a 50yo mare; you know there will be consequences.
That comic made me shiver.
I agree that scratch is good for kids. If kid actually has syndrome though, he is going to have a harder time focusing than programming. That is where the problem lies.
Don't think it's likely to be a good idea. He should probably be doing design or scripting for something rather than actual programming. It's much more visually rewarding because to enjoy programming most things you need to have the realization of what the possibilities are now that that thing is done.
C# with Visual Studio. No background knowledge required, IDE, IntelliSense and Error messages do all the thinking for you, literally the easiest thing one can possibly do.
Totally unrelated to main topic but actually there's two sides, at the end of a show there is approval whistling but also there is like negative whistling, you'll see it if you watch a football game normally, just watch some game where Boca Jr losses and you'll see.
Actually related answer, go with scratch, go simple don't go go