ralmidani 21 days ago link
nostrademons 21 days ago link
You see it even more with the sciences. You end up with systems adapted to the prevailing conditions at their birth, and nobody willing to stick their neck out to change them.
That a very bizarre interpretation of the state of affairs.
A 19 year old kid came to my door working for the electric company. We ended up talking a bit and he asked what I did. I explained I a designer and I work from home. For him, that was a total mind blow and he explained how he always wanted to be a game developer. You don see this kind of thing in other industries, do you? Why are so many programmers intent on getting everyone from every demographic, rich poor, black white, interested not interested, into coding?Forgive me, but it just seems like there this misconception that everyone should know coding like they know algebra. Things ranging from who owns your IP when you moonlight, to what are your rights when the police pull you over, to what your responsibilities as a homeowner are, to what you should consider before getting married. These are not a substitute for trained legal advice, but they are hopefully enough to keep you from doing things that will cause legal problems later. We get decades of schooling on this, many colleges make "You will be able to write when you come out of here" a key selling point, and illiterate people tend not to do so well in modern developed nations. There was a time, a couple hundred years ago, when knowing how to read write was not common knowledge, and largely restricted to lawyers and clergy. There was a time, barely 50 years ago, where common financial skills were pretty much restricted to business owners (you could argue that among people below about the 80th percentile in education, financial literacy is still uncommon). Emotional intelligence is currently a very scarce commodity. But the pattern is that as a skill becomes more fundamental to daily lives, the basics of that skill start getting taught to a broad base of people.
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students. A lot of this can be done in Excel (or another powerful spreadsheet program). But then most will also tell you that spreadsheets are visual programming tools. If we want the next generation to be impatient for the kind of programs that we had, like Nike Thea Grey Tumblr
chrisBob 21 days ago link
kajsdsjad 21 days ago link
At this point it almost a literacy thing. Basic knowledge and breaking that fear of computers would be enough. At that point people can decide if they genuinely interested based on knowledge instead of (probably) irrational fear. For some people it really is a matter of just breaking that initial intimidation factor. The pillow I made was the shit though and I did learn how to make muffins so it wasn a complete loss. Teach kids diet and exercise for that "subject" to be remotely beneficial in my opinion, with an emphasis on the diet. That lifelong knowledge. I remember my French name was Pascal. I can tell you my name and count to three but unfortunately can remember how to tell you bye, or anything else. Everyone should at least be introduced to code like they are to algebra. I was introduced to woodworking, close to a decade of random ass activities in phys. And frankly, is a skill that will have a subjectively higher quality of life than whatever else they were considering. Breaking the initial intimidation faction, like I said, could be all it takes. I told them they could too and there are plenty of sites to start, told them Sale Nike Air Max 2015
I have killed to get a basic metalworking course in high school. Or anything practical at all.
joosebox 21 days ago link
I in my 30s and relatively new to choosing programming as a career. I didn learn it because someone told me Nike Air Max Thea All Colours I needed to. But not everyone should become a lawyer, a finance professional, a psychiatrist, or a novelist. The point of a mathematics class is not to create professional mathematicians, it to provide the concepts of mathematics to Nike Thea White
efuquen 21 days ago link
Obama told people they shouldn just use an app, they should build one. We probably had much fewer SQL injection and other silly vulnerabilities as well but on average broken tools are better than no tools. But I think it was also obvious that easily "dropping" files "in the cloud" was a great service to those that weren inclined set it up for themselves.
Sketchpad. Or even an environment like Smalltalk I think teaching them to program is a good start. I recall a lot of stuff I learned back in high that was plain obsolete in our postindustrial society. It made perfect sense for my dad to learn basic metalworking since a lot of people used to work at factories back then, but now it does not.
a few, but I know they didn believe me. I think kids around that age would love making a simple HTML5 game or something. Accomplishing that at a young age would change how they think about tech for the rest of their lives. I know my cousins will never get exposure to that outside of school because their blue collar father (not saying anything bad, my dad is blue collar as well) has them playing sports year round football, basketball, baseball, and soccer. Now that awesome, but over the top. Those aren lifelong skills the same way coding can be. I hate to even limit it to it knowledge that can help apply logic to all areas of life while potentially creating plenty of opportunities.
ralmidani 21 days ago link
I think with programs that are trying to encourage kids to get into any profession you going to highlight the benefits. There can be some good perks to being a developer, whether its good salaries or flexible work environments. I don think there is anything wrong with stating that, and I don think the ultimate message is suppose to be "hey, you guys have to become software engineers now because it so great". At least that is definitely not the message I try to give to kids and I don know anyone who does. In the end its about empowering kids to make their own informed decisions.
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