Lego Mindstorms for my 13th birthday. The built-in drag-n-drop coding wasn't enough, so I learned NQC from The Internet, which was a simpler place back then - a Not Quite C language built on a hacked version of the Lego microcomputer's firmware, NQC taught me the basics of programming in an amazingly tangible way. It opened up a whole new world. Thankful every day for my parents encouragement, even though programming may have been greek to them.
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