Computer coding isn't just for professional programmers any more

12/11/2012 | Mashable

In an era when so much of a person's time is spent at a computer or using a mobile device, learning how to code is becoming a much more common skill to acquire. It's being made easier by online resources such as Codecademy, which takes users through a step-by-step education in how to write a program and take an idea and convert into a mobile application, for example. In this article, Codecademy co-founder and CEO Zach Sims answers questions about the future of coding.

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