So you're an English major. What does coding have to do with you?
- You can make Siri even snarkier.
- Learning coding is just learning another language, and that's exactly what you're good at.
- From Steve Jobs, who dropped out of college but remained enrolled in his calligraphy class: “It is in Apple’s DNA that technology alone is not enough—it’s technology married with liberal arts, married with the humanities, that yields us the results that make our heart sing.”
- "English majors catch bugs like nobody’s business. We are trained to snag spelling errors, focus on tiny details, and remember complicated grammatical rules."
- "Building code and using technology are human endeavors, just like writing and reading. What makes one worthy of humanistic study over the other?"
- Forbes says that all millennials should learn to code: If you’ve always thought of yourself as more of the artist type--right-brained, creative--then coding can help you gain balance.