"Like learning a foreign language, programming expands your mind and helps you to think more algorithmically. Even knowing a little bit of scripting can help people improve and automate stuff they’re working on in their daily lives. Doing research and data collection on the web? Write a script to find important information sources. Doing basic financial calculations? Automate them using Excel or do some data analysis in Python." Read On ->

One of the biggest advantages of working for a tech company is working so closely with engineers and product developers/ product managers. You learn process, are taught algorithms, and have a better understanding of how ALL software works. 
If anything, at least learn some HTML, ammirite?

"Like learning a foreign language, programming expands your mind and helps you to think more algorithmically. Even knowing a little bit of scripting can help people improve and automate stuff they’re working on in their daily lives. Doing research and data collection on the web? Write a script to find important information sources. Doing basic financial calculations? Automate them using Excel or do some data analysis in Python." Read On ->

One of the biggest advantages of working for a tech company is working so closely with engineers and product developers/ product managers. You learn process, are taught algorithms, and have a better understanding of how ALL software works. 

If anything, at least learn some HTML, ammirite?


(via fastcompany)