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Many people believe that teaching second and third generation computer programming languages is now pointless.  The reason is that there are now fourth and fifth generation languages that make the creation of computer programs something that any half-competent person can achieve.

However, there is a tendency to believe that the word ‘computing’ translates to using Microsoft Windows® in it's various forms.  We appreciate that Windows® is not the only operating system available and that Linux and MacOS are equally important.

Given also that many devices are becoming automated, we consider that non-Windows® programming is an important skill that shouldn't be allowed to fade away.  After all, who is going to write the new version of Windows® when the time comes?

This, of course, will need to be done in one of the lower level languages mentioned above.   For these reasons we maintain on-line training courses to teach some of these languages.  

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