But more importantly, it reminds me of when I was 13 (thirty years ago) and our school got its first AppleII computer. It had games (we played Oregon Trail, and Lemonade), but more importantly, built right into it at the command prompt was a BASIC interpreter. (Two of them, actually, AppleBASIC and IntegerBASIC.) IBM PCs and their clones had GW BASIC or MS BASIC. Commodore had it, Atari had it, I think TRS-80 had it, and my Time/Sinclair 1000 had it. It was right there, on the chip in many cases, in the computer you were using. There were no barriers — there were no IDEs either, but you could type
10 PRINT "Hello World"
And you were good to go.