At Least Once In Your Lifetime And Here?s

At Least Once In Your Lifetime And Here?s

The island of saints and scholars is as redundant a phrase as any other Irish cliche we choose to perpetuate. That being said, the nation?s reputation for religious devotion and high levels of literacy wasn?t fabricated by the geniuses at Carrolls Irish Gift Store. It was once true. For it to be true again, however, your command of the month coinn?olac

A whole new tongue ? the language of computers ? will be what separates the educated from the ignorant masses of tomorrow. Understanding how to write code for computers is already becoming one of the most highly prized skill sets anyone can have in the global economy. Here?s why

1. Code rules everything around me, cream get the money

All major tech companies, from Google to Facebook, aggressively compete to hire gifted young coders. In the Silicon Valley area, for example, some reports suggest engineering graduates from Stanford University expect their starting salary to be nothing less than $100,000-120,000

It?s fair to say that for school-leavers looking to maximise their potential income, few other skills open the door to as many well-paying and varied careers
– Prof Rory O? Connor

It?s fair to say that for school-leavers looking to maximise their potential income, few other skills open the door to as many well-paying and varied careers says Prof Rory O? Connor, head of the school of computing at Dublin City University

2. Make code, not was

Coding bridges the universal divide. It is the one language that connects different nationalities and countries. ?We live in trying times and are pummelled each day by the news of cultural divisiveness,? says Doreen Lorenzo, founding director of the centre for integrated design at the University of Texas in Austin and board member and adviser for several sta exceptions. Everyone speaks the same language

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