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Computers and technology are nowadays much more complex to grasp. We also are more demanding on the programs quality, so the sensation we had in the past of an huge feat with small things and instant gratification is not as easy to achieve as in the past.

Instead of using a notebook computer, I would get a Raspberry-Pi and some sensors, for dealing with something more tangible.

It can be somewhat gratifying building web pages with the temperature and humidity graphs, and evolving for more complex projects.

In fact, they have in the university I used to work, a summer kid boot camp just for iOT, sensors and robots, which has been a tremendous success with kids (and parents). I also am aware of a weekly club for Scratch, for kids plus a parent. I would try to find something similar in your city.

I also agree with others, each has it's own passion. Mine was finding out how things work, debugging and hacking (reverse engineering).

Computers and technology are nowadays much more complex to grasp. We also are more demanding on the programs quality, so the sensation we had in the past of an huge feat with small things and instant gratification is not as easy to achieve as in the past.

Instead of using a notebook computer, I would get a Raspberry-Pi and some sensors, for dealing with something more tangible.

It can be somewhat gratifying building web pages with the temperature and humidity graphs, and evolving for more complex projects.

In fact, they have in the university I used to work, a summer kid boot camp just for iOT, sensors and robots, which has been a tremendous success with kids (and parents). I also am aware of a weekly club for Scratch, for kids plus a parent. I would try to find something similar in your city.

I also agree with others, each has own passion. Mine was finding out how things work, debugging and hacking (reverse engineering).

Computers and technology are nowadays much more complex to grasp. We also are more demanding on the programs quality, so the sensation we had in the past of an huge feat with small things and instant gratification is not as easy to achieve as in the past.

Instead of using a notebook computer, I would get a Raspberry-Pi and some sensors, for dealing with something more tangible.

It can be somewhat gratifying building web pages with the temperature and humidity graphs, and evolving for more complex projects.

In fact, they have in the university I used to work, a summer kid boot camp just for iOT, sensors and robots, which has been a tremendous success with kids (and parents). I also am aware of a weekly club for Scratch, for kids plus a parent. I would try to find something similar in your city.

I also agree with others, each has it's own passion. Mine was finding out how things work, debugging and hacking (reverse engineering).

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Computers and technology are nowadays much more complex to grasp. We also are more demanding on the programs quality, so the sensation we had in the past of an huge feat with small things and instant gratification is not as easy to achieve as in the past.

Instead of using a notebook computer, I would get a Raspberry-Pi and some sensors, for dealing with something more tangible.

It can be somewhat gratifying building web pages with the temperature and humidity graphs, and evolving for more complex projects.

In fact, they have in the university I used to work, a summer kid boot camp just for iOT, sensors and robots, which has been a tremendous success with kids (and parents). I also am aware of a weekly club for Scratch, were the parents go with thefor kids plus a parent. I would try to find something similar in your city.

I also agree with others, each has own passion. Mine was finding out how things work, debugging and hacking (reverse engineering).

Computers and technology are nowadays much more complex to grasp. We also are more demanding on the programs quality, so the sensation we had in the past of an huge feat with small things is not as easy to achieve as in the past.

Instead of using a notebook computer, I would get a Raspberry-Pi and some sensors, for dealing with something more tangible.

It can be somewhat gratifying building web pages with the temperature and humidity graphs, and evolving for more complex projects.

In fact, they have in the university I used to work, a summer kid boot camp just for iOT, sensors and robots, which has been a tremendous success with kids (and parents). I also am aware of a weekly club for Scratch, were the parents go with the kids. I would try to find something similar in your city.

I also agree with others, each has own passion. Mine was finding out how things work, debugging and hacking (reverse engineering).

Computers and technology are nowadays much more complex to grasp. We also are more demanding on the programs quality, so the sensation we had in the past of an huge feat with small things and instant gratification is not as easy to achieve as in the past.

Instead of using a notebook computer, I would get a Raspberry-Pi and some sensors, for dealing with something more tangible.

It can be somewhat gratifying building web pages with the temperature and humidity graphs, and evolving for more complex projects.

In fact, they have in the university I used to work, a summer kid boot camp just for iOT, sensors and robots, which has been a tremendous success with kids (and parents). I also am aware of a weekly club for Scratch, for kids plus a parent. I would try to find something similar in your city.

I also agree with others, each has own passion. Mine was finding out how things work, debugging and hacking (reverse engineering).

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Computers and technology are nowadays much more complex to grasp. We also are more demanding on the programs quality, so the sensation we had in the past of an huge feat with small things is not as easy to achieve as in the past.

Instead of using a notebook computer, I would get a Raspberry-Pi and some sensors, for dealing with something more tangible.

It can be somewhat gratifying building web pages with the temperature and humidity graphs, and evolving for more complex projects.

In fact, they have in the university I used to work, a summer kid boot camp just for iOT, sensors and robots, which has been a tremendous success with kids (and parents). I also am aware of a weekly club for Scratch, were the parents go with the kids. I would try to find something similar in your city.

I also agree with others, each has own passion. Mine was finding out how things work, debugging and hacking (reverse engineering).

Computers and technology are nowadays much more complex to grasp. We also are more demanding on the programs quality, so the sensation we had in the past of an huge feat with small things is not as easy to achieve as in the past.

Instead of using a notebook computer, I would get a Raspberry-Pi and some sensors, for dealing with something more tangible.

It can be somewhat gratifying building web pages with the temperature and humidity graphs, and evolving for more complex projects.

In fact, they have in the university I used to work, a summer kid boot camp just for iOT, sensors and robots.

I also agree with others, each has own passion. Mine was finding out how things work, debugging and hacking (reverse engineering).

Computers and technology are nowadays much more complex to grasp. We also are more demanding on the programs quality, so the sensation we had in the past of an huge feat with small things is not as easy to achieve as in the past.

Instead of using a notebook computer, I would get a Raspberry-Pi and some sensors, for dealing with something more tangible.

It can be somewhat gratifying building web pages with the temperature and humidity graphs, and evolving for more complex projects.

In fact, they have in the university I used to work, a summer kid boot camp just for iOT, sensors and robots, which has been a tremendous success with kids (and parents). I also am aware of a weekly club for Scratch, were the parents go with the kids. I would try to find something similar in your city.

I also agree with others, each has own passion. Mine was finding out how things work, debugging and hacking (reverse engineering).

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