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And we morph again, from a manufacturing economy to a service economy to a software economy. Again, not everyone will be writing code. But many more people will be ordering it, writing it, managing it, and interacting with it. It makes sense to understand it and to be able to create at least a little.
Smart piece from Dan Frommer on why code should be the second language you teach your kids. Couldn’t agree more. (via arainert)

Reblogging for relevance. Just passed my first Java course.

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    I like the sentiment, but it simply is not true. I would like schools to offer more in the way of computer science...
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