Learn to Code for Free

Posted on December 9, 2014 by - Development

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As the digital universe continues to grow, the more you know the better off you will be and the easier it will be for your company to be elite. That’s one of the reason Thoughtwire Media was created—to make sure you have the absolute best digital support so your brand and presence online is above the competition and in line with the latest technologies.

For the unfamiliar, code, or computer coding, is basically the set of instructions the computer follows in order to perform certain tasks. The code is composed in some kind of human-readable language of the computer, such as HTML.

Coding allows you to create webpages and content from scratch and gives you more operational freedom. Since having the ability to write code is so important and intrinsic to computer function, more and more people want to learn how to do it.

President Obama, for example, became the first U.S. President to write a computer program.

“It was a very simple program—all it does is draw a square on a screen—but that’s the point. All programming starts simple. No one starts by creating a complicated game,” said Hadi Partovi, co-founder Code.org.

So, are you ready to get started or want to get some employees, interns or your kids going on writing and understanding computer code?

A great place to start is at studio.code.org. You can begin instantly, ask questions, watch how-to videos and more.

Want to get your children involved? How about having them code with Elsa from the hit Disney movie “Frozen?” Visit http://studio.code.org/s/frozen/stage/1/puzzle/1 to make the Disney characters do what you want them to do.

Do you have coding or any other digital questions? Thoughtwire Media is here to help and we want to connect with you: 800-367-2570.

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