Just recently major tech companies like Apple, Google, Samsung, Hilton and so many others announced that they are no longer hiring based on college degrees but are focusing on skills like creativity, problem-solving and coding. You might wonder “so a university degree is no longer needed to get a job?” Yes and no
A coder is a person who creates and implements various computer programs using source code. They are the brains behind the brilliant actions that computers execute; they decide what the computer responds to and how it does that.
When you remove the body and interior of a Tesla electric car this is what you see. Electric cars have three main components: Battery pack, VFD (Variable Frequency Drive) and the most important, an Induction Motor that drives the wheels, all controlled by software. No clutch, no gears, no combustion engine, nothing.
The world is always progressing. As humans we are very curious and adventurous and this has led to so many discoveries, and advancements in technology. From cathode-ray television sets, to flat screen TVs to curved LED TVs and 3D TVs.
Could you be wondering why it’s necessary for your kids to learn coding? In today’s technological evolving world, coding has become more necessary and valuable, especially for the younger generation.