A new coding tool, without the need to know programming.
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For instance, how not to fall into a hole.
Forget proprietary code; now vanity languages are the lock-in threat.
Current demand says nothing about earnings potential.
Y2K didn’t kill it dead, but it’s still not cool.
Android and CS 101 have certainly helped.
Can a mix of techniques boost both speed and reliability? The social network aims to find out.
If you’re ready to buckle down and learn programming, here’s where you should start.