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Michael Graffin

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  • it does not follow that in order to function in business and the rest of world, everyone needs to be able to write (or even understand) code.  

    I do argue that everyone should learn how to decompose large problems into smaller ones, abstract solutions in a way that makes them reusable and think about the complexity of those solutions. These are skills that flow from training in “computational thinking” and make people into better problem solvers. But there is a huge difference between computational thinking and programming.

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