Theory &Arbitrage

Everybody should learn to code, he says, because machine/human and machine/machine interaction is becoming as ubiquitous as human/human interaction. Those who don’t know how to code soon will be in the same position as those who couldn’t read or write 200 years ago.

Computer Programming for All: A New Standard of Literacy (via courtenaybird)



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