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It should begin with an introduction to beginners and should also cover from basics to advanced level. Sure, I would be interested in learning the inner workings, it's architecture etc.
I always expect an article should present in a most simple, fluid manner and should be specific in explaining the topics and cover from how to use to how it's being implemented. Rather than being a single huge article, I prefer reading it in parts.
My wee teenage son has only been interested in games etc, but recently school has introduced him to scratch. He has enjoyed playing with it, but when I looked at it, it appeared to be a bit simplistic.
My background .Net and I have my prejudices but I'm wondering what other peoples opinions are on a easy to learn professional language for someone interested in games and animation (now thats outside my expertise)
I'm trying to put my prejudices at door and would appreciate some balanced thoughts. Thanks