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Why you should be a programmer.

How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy

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Mad science gone horribly, horribly wrong(or right).

Why you should be a programmer.

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Aside from my initial glee at starting GeekMatters, I've been pretty quiet around here about it. Mostly because this is my personal blog, and y'all don't need to have me constantly talk about what's posted over at GeekMatters. If you want to read GeekMatters, you'll go read GeekMatters.

That said- the place has been going really well. We've got some good content, and the number of readers is gradually increasing- soon, it might even outweigh the number of hits from search engines! Me, miusheri, and dreamingkat have been the ones posting, and the stuff that's gone up has been good quality.

At any rate, I want to draw your attention to a recent post that I did, part of a series, Why Everyone Should Know How to be a Programmer. This is a topic near-and-dear to me, because I strongly feel that everyone could benefit from knowing a little bit about programming. I lay my case out there, and in the near future, will start teaching some basic programming through the site, focussing mostly on the concepts and not so much on the literal this-is-how-you-write-code, although I'll certainly spend some time on that. Theory is dry without practice.
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