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Hello,

This summer I'm going to attend to programming classes for 2 weeks, it will be an introduction to java and basic programming, is this good?I'm already thinking: If this 1 goes well,i may ask for more and more.
I'm studying in highschool (Science-technology) too.
I'm 16 years old.

Thanks in advance Edited by Colder

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Dude that is awesome :) It's GREAT to see basic programming before you graduate. I learned some python when I was 16 and it helped me a lot. Doesn't really matter what language you start with. What's most important is you have an idea about the thought process in programming and knowing what you're getting yourself into. I see too many people get about halfway through game development at full sail or art institute and not like it anymore. Java is a great introductory language. Any language that's Object Oriented is a great start.
Best of luck to you Edited by kbenderoth89

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I do not see why you cannot. It is not too early or too late. The earlier the exposure the better. Good for you! Have a great summer with programming. Java is a great language to create software. Programming can be fun once you learn all the terminiologies.

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