In the age of technological renaissance, there are amazing things being built everyday that are changing the world. Most of these inventions are being done through software engineering, which has become one of the hottest occupations on the market. The very essence of software engineering is programming, which may seem intimidating to anyone who hasn’t programmed before. Coding isn’t the easiest thing, and learning how to code isn’t easy itself, but there are hundreds of today’s biggest celebrities and entrepreneurs saying that you should learn how to code.
Drew Houston, Founder of Dropbox:
“Coding is amazing, it’s the closest thing we have to superpowers.”
Mark Zuckerberg, Founder of Facebook:
“Just to think that you can start something in your college dorm room and you can have a set of people who haven’t built a big company before, come together and build something that a billion people use… is humbling and amazing.”
Gabe Newell, Founder of Valve:
“The programmers of tomorrow are the wizards of the future. You’re going to look like you have superpowers.”
Will.I.Am, Hip-Hop Musician:
“Great coders are today’s rockstars. That’s it.”
Chris Bosh, NBA Player:
“Coding is something that can be learned. I know it can be intimidating, but what isn’t.”
Is learning how to code worth it? Watch the video below and decide for yourself!
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