Coding -What Most Schools Don’t Teach

TWALKITOUT: World is becoming a smaller place each day. Emerging technologies make the latest one obsolete in no time. Technology has encouraged people in all kinds of sectors across the globe depending upon innumerable direct and indirect jobs earning their livelihood.

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Amidst this pool of opportunities, the top guns of various organizations like Facebook, Twitter, Microsoft and Code.org have joined hands in encouraging people to learn coding, what most schools don’t teach. A video by Code.org on Youtube shows them talking about their experiences about coding and discovering whole new world of graphics, embedded technologies and automated environments. All of which could be made possible through codes.

Although there is no uniformity in work environments for engineers and programmers around the world, the speeches delivered in the video concentrate more on the American crowd, as their employers boast of interesting and stress bursting work places offering relaxed norms and encouraging work culture.

Kids in India start to learn programming languages in high school and become wizards by they enter college. India is growing from giant IT organization culture to growing number of start-ups and freelance developers and coders sitting upright to earn foreign currency, work on competitive prices and deliver quality products.

Code.org has come up with more encouraging videos on its Youtube channel. Watch-out this one, as the pick on TWALK IT OUT.

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Anuj Sharma

I am based out of Shimla. Writing is my passion, and a part of my livelihood. I started writing here almost 3+ years ago and couldn't stop ever!! Apart from Twalkitout, I run an E-Commerce consulting Company named Omex E-commerce Pvt. Ltd. out of Shimla.

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