Getting kids codingSoon you will not have to worry about having an exploit released that will allow 'homebrew' code on the Nintendo Switch, because big 'N' is going to allow FUZE to port over their popular Code Studio, which means anyone can easy produce some cool totally bedroom-based indie homebrew and run it on their normal Switch with no exploits or hacks needed at all.
UK-based FUZE Technologies just reached out to let us know that it is bringing its hugely popular learn-to-code platform, FUZE Code Studio, to the Nintendo Switch next year.
FUZE Code Studio for Nintendo Switch will be available Q2 2018 with additional gaming content to be made available via DLC add on packs. Pricing will be confirmed nearer the launch, and basically it like have BASIC included with the Switch, similar to how like FUZE mentioned above all the '80s home computers shipped with a 'programming language' like BASIC included for instant coding right from the box, but what are your thoughts on having the FUZE Code Studio on the Nintendo Switch, is it a good idea or not?
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