I put such information on my first one; your profile suggests you are learning to code. The interviewers at one of the largest computer retailers (at the time) asked about it and was impressed, it was definitely a factor in their consideration of my otherwise fairly blank resume.
They called upon the skills I outlined often, as the other employees were lacking in such skills; save for one other person whom was quite busy.
He gave me a letter of reference and hooked me up with my second interviewer when I left. Other than adding the prior employer my resume remained the same. I aced that interview too, my second interview was only to offer the position.
I stayed there for years and took a couple of shorter term jobs after that. I accumulated enough money to go to one of the leading schools in this half of the country.
With a few jobs and some impressive schooling I removed this now dated and mostly irrelevant information and that only lead to fewer questions.
So if your young, and don't have a lot to show, relevant additional information can be useful. As your experience matures these 'signs of inexperience' have no place on your resume unless you like more questions or the information is particularly relevant (EG: In your case, "Owned and programmed a computer for the past 10 years" - assuming that's true).