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[Discuss] learn or teach programs

And for the people who want to take the jump, c'mon you can do it!

Free entry level online training
(scroll down to the grey part of the page to see the languages and modules).
It looks like a great starting place for those interested. 
If you get into it and have questions, this site was called out as being a
great resource

-----Original Message-----
From: at
[ at] On Behalf Of Peter (peabo)
Sent: Friday, January 17, 2014 1:44 AM
To: Mike Small; markw at
Subject: Re: [Discuss] learn or teach programs

On January 17, 2014 at 12:01 AM markw at wrote:
> <rant or not>
> I have an issue with trying to get people to program or develop software.
> You don't see lawyers saying we need more lawyers. You don't see many 
> professions trying to actively recruit people.

Most people who could program computers don't know that they can.

It's true that the development of large software packages requires expertise
that is only developed over a long time of journeymanship, but look at the
available easy programming environments:

CAD programs with command line interfaces Web server environments

I hope we don't need more lawyers, but I encourage anyone to discover
mastery of this universal machine, the computer.

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