Speak in Code? There’s Nothing Secret About It.
November 23rd, 2015 | Rachel Tepper, Operations Manager
If you can learn how to drive, create a football play, or follow Ikea furniture instructions, than you can learn how to code. It requires effort on your part to learn, but you don’t have to be a rocket scientist.
Coding is essentially the language of technology. Just as learning how to read and write enables you to learn, create and share ideas, coding allows you to bring ideas to life in the digital world.
The next myth to debunk is that coding means writing endless lines of ones and zeroes until your blue in the face to make 1+1=2. It’s more like using a familiar language to craft “sentences” of words and texts that equate to visuals, commands and interactivity.
Just as anyone can learn a new language, anyone in the world can learn to code. And you’ll have another fun, creative and profitable way to bring ideas to life.
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