kaleb702 wrote:Even without programming, it's rather simple.
kaleb, my rule of thumb when explaining technology to others: Pretend it's your grandmother. Unless the person states otherwise.
While I go the other route and assume if they are lost and want to know what I'm talking about they will ask. But my users had years of my training and were invested in their systems...
If someone wants to code, they should do it, and the only way to do it is.... do it.
No one can really tell you as much as you will learn by playing. We make real magic. We take electrons and make reality. We move all the money in the world. We let people talk through thin air. It's an amazing craft and one that never bores me.
And even if you don't go to a tech school, there are licenses available and there is some pointy-headed geek teacher out there who WILL know where the licenses are. Often it's your librarian. May be the school secretary, even. Doesn't matter that it's not a tech school.
They make you take phys ed too, right? Even if you're not headed for the olymics?