In light of recent conversations re: how to inspire and motivate young people to enter the field of computer programming, I thought I would share, "A is for Array. This children's alphabet book was created by a programmer for his young child, and is meant to introduce programming terminology and concepts at an early age.
VentureBeat.com recently wrote a piece entitled, " Why your 8-year-old should be coding, " do you agree? Should we introduce young children to these concepts as early as Pre-K? How soon is too soon? What are your thoughts? Any possible down-side? What additional resources besides an alphabet book might be useful to teach these concepts?