For anyone who has ever coded anything, you will know that smug sense of self satisfaction that you get when it actually works.
That sense of achievement. The sense that you created something.
Is coding the closest thing we have to real superpowers? Being able to code does make you able to create things, do things that non-coders can’t.
So, will coders of the futures be considered wizards by those who cannot code?
There are so many things that useful for life that are not taught in schools, coding is one of them. But, our future lies in a world of increasing technology.
Should coding be taught in schools? Is the next Bill Gates or Mark Zuckerberg still going to have to be a self-taught coder?