"Lane Changers are Game Changers"
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This is about your "now" and your "future". Your Lane and your Game.
We are all counting on you, millenials and GenZ's to successfully steer our future! You play a BIG part in this. A world filled with machine technology (Artificial Intelligence, Virtual Reality, Augmented Reality, Machine Learning, IoT: Internet of Things, etc -- more on these later ). What do all of these technologies have in common?
They all require code to make them run. So...who is going to write this code? Who is going to ensure USA is # 1 in technology?
.. you are.
So, for those of you have not yet met code, we'd like to introduce you. (See videos on code below).
Writing code is not as difficult as it sounds. Think of it the same as you would learning a sport for the first time. It's different, but after you catch on, it's actually lot of fun. You start small. But just start. Then be prepared to be astonished by your results. WOH!
You're gonna be calling the shots pretty soon and we'd like to do our part to help you get ready. So we also plan to use this website to share as much information about coding with you.
It's no secret that coding is set to be in huge demand. HUGE! Why? A lot of jobs will be replaced by robots. But who's gonna repair the robots? Coders will. There is anticipated to be a shortage of 1 million jobs in coding coming our way. These jobs will be in high demand. So far, our schools have not been producing the required number of students in that field. They're starting to change that, but we've got alot of catching up to do. That's just in the United States! As you can see Japan is gearing themselves up, too. As the news article states above, Japan is going to require all college students to take AI courses.
This is going to be a real "game changer" for those who learn code. ( News Alert..jobs in demand pay very well). Here is an opportunity to "change your lane". A lane that may have not been available to others before you.
Together, through building up your confidence through our high-end fashion consignment and knowledge in coding, we plan to help you set your course for a successful future.
Q: Why program/code?
A: We learn to program so that we can talk to machines. Once we learn to program, then we can instruct machines to do stuff... and this is a great skill to have!
Tip: computers can carry out 3,000,000,000 to 4,000,000,000 (billion) calculations per second. Per Second! .. they're fast!
But there's a problem. A big problem. Computers only understand one language and that's machine language. Machine language is made of 1's and 0's. Certain combinations of those 1's and 0's will be an instruction for the computer to follow. These 1's and 0's combinations are difficult for humans to read. To solve this problem, higher level languages were developed so that humans could communicate or talk to computers. These are the programming languages or code that allow people and machines to communicate with each other.
Skills for 2022 and beyond:
- Cloud computing
- Data Science
- Social Media
- App Development
- Artificial Intelligence
- Machine Learning
- Cyber Security
- Big Data
- Soft Skills
Now, let's start with some cool websites:
"Code Stars" (code.org)
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