Product Hunt Weekly Digest
May 28th, 2017

Learn to code by playing games 🃏🛠
Coding Games 🃏
What would you say if we told you there is no app on the market that tells you if code is Java or Not Java? Please build.

It's never too early to learn how to code. These days, elementary school kids are earning street cred building and launching apps. This (long) weekend, sit down with your kid, little cousin, or younger sibling and let them know that being a rocket surgeon is just a distraction on their way to a promising career as an engineer.

Get started with Littlecodr, an insanely fun card game that teaches kids the basics of code, Code Cards, a card game that lets anyone learn how to code (which you can now print for FREE), and Code Kingdoms, inspiring kids to learn coding by gaming.


There is also code:deck, a standard playing card deck with different coding languages.
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