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January 24, 2013

Some Reasons for Learning to Write Software

on August 6, 2011

This is a kind of brain-storming with myself, and thus they were jotted down in no particular order.
  1. to express myself in products, rather than in poetry, paint, dancing moves or tune etc.

  2. to father many a virtual world, where schools really behave like schools, kids behave like kids, lessons behave like lessons etc.

  3. to exploit market opportunities, technological opportunities, etc

  4. to get ease and speed in self-expression

  5. to join the conversations and movements of fellow programmers

  6. to do some research

  7. to own something hard to take away from me

  8. to reuse codes written by others

  9. to save kids from bad e-learning. Recalls what Bill Gates said in "Road Ahead": Bad processes, when computerized, do more damage faster!

Oh, even that lowly robot is helpful and lovely, isn't it?

1 comment:

  1. I am an English teacher. Can I learn to write computer programs easily? Is it very tough to learn software and programming? Where do you suggest I start?