Programming in 21st Century

Programming is an organized list of instructions (codes) that, when executed, causes the computer to behave in a predetermined manner. It involves activities (analysis, developing algorithms) which are implemented in a targeted programming language. There are many programming languages – HTML, C, C++, CSS, Java and Python are just a few.

Languages

Programming Languages

 

As programming defines the relationship which allows the programmers to communicate effectively with growing technology that they program, it has become the essential language to learn. Programming is so much similar to software as it develops them. Software is becoming the language of the world. Each and every object around us is art of programming which directly or indirectly includes the software. Programming is focused on making feel convenient so it is necessary in the modern world since people want to save time by any means.

Beside this, still in some developing countries, programming is not taken as the beautiful side of learning in 21st Century. I believe that one day programming will be essential to be taught at the early levels of the school and become more and more friendly till the point where everyone in the universe will be able to learn it.

Read Quote of Sathish Kishore’s answer to Why is programming so important in the modern world? on Quora

“Everybody in this country should learn to program a computer, because it teaches you how to think”
-Steve Jobs

You might not think that programmers are artists, but programming is an extremely creative profession. It’s logic-based creativity.
-John Romero

Hello World

Hello World is a simple program that, when run, displays the message: Hello World

 

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