Zachary wants to get started writing code and he doesn't know how to get started. Leo says that it's a great skill to have growing up since everything is heading that way. Even if he doesn't become a professional programmer, it's really useful and fun from a hobby perspective. Leo still writes code. Leo says the best way to start isn't learning a language he can get a job with because chances are, it won't be in use in five years. Languages are very "fad-ish."
Leo says there's great apps like Tynker for iPad that can teach him how to program in a fun way. On the desktop, there's Scratch. It'll not only teach him how to code, but code with good habits. It's very popular in middle school and high school.