Millions of people are realizing the value of programming skills. Block coding makes learning to code much more approachable.
Najeeb is a writer from Ottawa, Canada. He strives to break down barriers in the world of technology and make tough concepts easy to understand. He envisions a future where anyone can be a creator.
Programming is one of the most relevant skills you can have right now for your professional or personal life. There’s just one problem: coding is hard.
In recent years, programming has become more accessible than ever. Visual programming languages play an important role in this trend.
Is software development reserved for professionals with serious credentials and many years of experience? That’s a common assumption, but the reality is quite different. Amateurs of all kinds are taking advantage of end-user development.
The so-called “no code” movement promotes the use of simple modular tools to create applications without programming. But is that a realistic goal, or is it too good to be true?