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"Everybody in this country should learn how to program a computer... because it teaches you how to think." - Steve Jobs


Learning to code empowers you to do many things you wouldn’t otherwise be able to do. Most importantly, you’ll be able to understand the technology shaping your world.
craze for code
Perhaps you’ve noticed the craze for learning code, as I have.

Programming is my hobby, but what exactly is it? Coding is what makes it possible for us to create computer software, apps, and websites. Your browser, the apps on your phone, social media, and this website – they’re all made with code.

Coding changed my life; the underlying concepts were and forever will be valuable to me. After creating a computer game using Unity or making a simple website using HTML and CSS comes the feeling of great satisfaction and prideful accomplishment.

Even reaching a pivotal point on a project I'm working on or overcoming a problem that had left me stumped for several days can bring on the feeling of achievement for me.
programming is inspiring
Everybody has different reasons for wanting to learn programming languages, but mine might be different from the rest. Today, my primary motivation is to gain more skills and upgrade the ones I already have. I'm constantly inspired by creating my own programs, learning from new (and failed) experiences, and helping others.

Learning how to program is very important to me, even if I don’t necessarily want to make a career out of it.

I need to think of precisely what I wish to accomplish when I code since computers are stupid, yet obedient. They can’t think for themselves, but they will run the code that I program onto them very efficiently.
worth it
Programming's worth it.

Lots of people get into programming because they love the challenge, are excited by computers and want to build a career creating websites, games, mobile apps or desktop programs - and I'm no different.
why i learned to code:
➊ to spend my time on 
a challenging and productive hobby
➋ to help me understand
and reshape technology
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