Coding Quotes

Coding Quotes by Thomas Friedman, iJustine, Edsger Dijkstra, Walter Lang, Sylvia Day, Tom Perez and many others.

Many jobs at Google require math, computing, and coding skills, so if your good grades truly reflect skills in those areas that you can apply, it would be an advantage. But Google has its eyes on much more.
For me, growing up coding and computers and video games wasn’t something that was cool, but it was something that I was always passionate about. I never let the fact that that wasn’t something that was cool take me away from it.
APL is a mistake, carried through to perfection. It is the language of the future for the programming techniques of the past: it creates a new generation of coding bums.
Thus, races arose from an original coding which God pulled out as needed for adaptation to the environment.
I can’t live without my smartphone, but I really geek on coding. It’s not so much technology that I like, but puzzle solving.
Under the leadership of President Obama and a whole host of partners, including nonprofits, foundations, and advocates, the Department of Labor has made historic investments in community colleges, apprenticeships, coding boot camps, and summer jobs.
In the tech world, you can reel off great products in several ways. You can have the once-in-a-lifetime gut instincts of a Steve Jobs. You can have the brainiac coding skills of a Bill Gates, Larry Page, or Sergey Brin. Or, I learned, you can have the deep intellectual curiosity and stubbornness of a Jeff Bezos.
With the rise of software patents, engineers coding new stuffwhether within a large software company or as kids writing smartphone apps – are exposed to a claim that somewhere a prior patent is being infringed.
As a real estate investor, you’re ultimately accountable to you and your checkbook. Of course, you will need to stay on top of your local coding regulations and ordinances. But once you get the hang of it, you really shouldn’t have any problems with ordinances.
I believe it is incredibly important for women and people of color to become the builders and creators in technology. In order to do so, we need to know how to code or, at least, know the language of coding – what I like to call ‘code speak.’
I went to a Cal Tech party after the ‘Facebookmovie came out, and there were kids in dark rooms coding because it was cool again. That movie made it cool to sit in a room at a party and write code.
Girls Who Code doesn’t exist solely to discover the next great female technology icon, although that would be great! In addition to coding, the girls at our program learn to pitch ideas and products, present themselves professionally, and interact with colleagues at every level of a company.
The word ‘code’ turns out to be a really important word for my book, ‘The Information.’ The genetic code is just one example. We talk now about coders, coding. Computer guys are coders. The stuff they write is code.
My Vikings class was super fun, and I have loved the computer science classes. Coding, for me, is like a boyfriend that makes you really upset, and then you can’t get enough of him.
Computers add convenience to our everyday lives, but we are limited in what we can do with technology others have imagined. The ability for humans to teach machines entirely new things – coding – is nothing short of a superpower.
In a web/mobile startup, coding is not an outsourced activity. It’s an integral part of the company’s DNA.
While learning to code may have once been an arduous or expensive process, the college dropouts who developed Codecademy have democratized coding as surely as Gutenberg democratized text. Anyone can go to Codecademy and start learning and creating code through their simple, fun, interactive window, for free.
It will not work to keep asking men to change. Many have no real objective to do so. There’s no reward for them. Why should they change? They’re doing well inside the halls of coding.
Coding is like writing, and we live in a time of the new industrial revolution. What’s happened is that maybe everybody knows how to use computers, like they know how to read, but they don’t know how to write.
Biology – DNA – is technology. It is coding. It is physical coding, but still code.
Coding – everyone thinks it’s a superpower. And so when you feel like, ‘I’ve learned how to code,’ and you say to your mom or the girl sitting next to you, ‘I know how that app is built, I know the logic behind how that was created‘ – that’s powerful.
Gender is not central to coding.
Technology has the benefit of being easily scalable. A few weeks or months of coding can result in solutions that reap huge benefits. The global success of Facebook, Twitter, and Google are all triumphs of technology.
One of the first major programming projects that I worked on when I was growing up in Ireland, back just coding by myself, was a programming language. Then I spent a bunch of time working on a new web framer. Just back-end things to make it easier to go in and build things on top of, do other development.
Programs like ACE’s Bootstrap Summer Camp teach our kids important computer coding skills that will allow them to design their own futures.
There are certain jobs where you can just as easily, in some cases more effectively, work remotely. If you take an engineer, for example, when they get into the mode of coding, being on their own where they’re not distracted or interrupted is very helpful.
Building technical systems involves a lot of hard work and specialized knowledge: languages and protocols, coding and debugging, testing and refactoring.
Our camps and workshops offer a space where girls of color can learn computer science and coding principles alongside their peers, with mentorship from female role models who have established themselves in tech fields where women, and minority women in particular, tend to be underrepresented.
Computer science is not just for smartnerds‘ in hoodies coding in basements. Coding is extremely creative and is an integral part of almost every industry.
Books about technology start-ups have a pattern. First, there’s the grand vision of the founders, then the heroic journey of producing new worlds from all-night coding and caffeine abuse, and finally, the grand finale: immense wealth and secular sainthood. Let’s call it the Jobs Narrative.
The cells of an organism are nodes in a richly interwoven communications network, transmitting and receiving, coding and decoding. Evolution itself embodies an ongoing exchange of information between organism and environment.
Yeah, I love Ethereum. I love coding.
I’m this real creative guy who was really good at design and coding stuff, but wasn’t that kind of manager. I spent too much time in self-doubt and limiting my impact because I was trying to be somebody I wasn’t.
All of the coding and hacking stuff that we do and I talk about, I always have them explain what it means so I know what I’m saying.
We just think it’s important that everybody have some technical training and background. Even though not everybody is coding but even our deals team and our designers all have GitHub accounts and they go into the code base.
I would try and barter a cake for some help with coding. I’m not the best coder. I have some basic HTML but that’s about it.
I wanted to make an explicitly educational comic that taught readers the concepts I covered in my introductory programming class. That’s what ‘Secret Coders’ is. It’s both a fun story about a group of tweens who discover a secret coding school, and an explanation of some foundational ideas in computer science.
Everyone on the founding team ought to invest the time in a coding bootcamp.
Once parents see that Roblox isn’t simply a video game, but a platform for creativity, building, coding, collaboration, and more, they become some of our biggest advocates.
I originally studied graphic design and video production. I had wanted to be a programmer – I loved development and coding – but it turned out that I really enjoyed doing the frontend more than backend development.
I’m not building gyms. I’m not interested in building football fields or doing football camps. I’m interested in doing film camps and coding camps.
Like Netflix, Looker started as nothing more than an idea. Lloyd Tabb and Ben Porterfield were two brilliant engineers who had figured out a better way for businesses to see and analyze their data, and they asked me to join them to help out with the ABCs – that’s short for Anything But Coding.
Whether you draw diagrams that generate code or you type at a browser, you are coding.