If you thought computer programming was just for software engineers or wonks, think again.
Popularity is growing globally among young students who are learning computer languages to perform tasks from making video games to building data visualizations. Some students as young as five are enrolling in classes.
In China, the number of kids enrolling in coding classes is surging as more parents believe programming languages are the future.
Even Apple recently launched its first coding class, aimed at children ages eight through twelve, as part of its Apple Camp for kids.
Saturday Kids, a coding school for kids in Singapore offers classes starting at $100 per month, hoping to offer an extension of the traditional classroom experience.
The academy, which started in 2012, was an idea of serial entrepreneur John Tan, who admitted that at the time, there was very little demand.
But things have certainly changed. "There's no reason why you should have to wait until you're in college to use it," Tan told CNBC.
Tan started the company when his own son was just one year old, hoping that by the time he turned four or five, he'd be able to attend coding classes.