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Enough with the “we should learn to code” argument. We should all learn to code like we write - well enough to get by. It’s an art form and if you study it enough and learn the nuances you can achieve wonderful things of beauty. But there’s also
So let’s stop pretending that “learning to code” means we should all become developers. But let’s also stop pretending that “learning to code” is a waste of time. Manipulating language, like English, Spanish, Arabic or Chinese
If you’re building some kind of open source tool, let’s stop pretendind that everyone who wants to use it has a top of the line development environment set up. Pip? Git? Sudo? Let’s provide the starter version.
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