New programming aid – ‘kids think it’s cool’

runrev-logoRunRev recently unveiled a new resource to help teach students to love programming.

The RunRev education microsite provides invaluable material and practical advice on how to use the LiveCode software development to build tailored teaching aids or an entire course.

Kevin Miller, CEO of RunRev says:” The education microsite is first and foremost a FREE resource that we hope will encourage and empower education professionals to embrace software development in their work and utilise its potential to create and develop teaching aids and course material that engages and stimulates students of computer studies.”

Teachers report that LiveCode with the English like structure of its programming enables students spend more time writing apps rather than learning the complexities of the code language. Perhaps this why students think it’s cool.

For more information contact RunRev on 0845 219 8923, email or visit website

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