Coding - The New Language of Business

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Throughout history, language and communication are what has helped separate human beings from other creatures. It is our ability to communicate that has enabled us to design, develop, and launch amazing inventions.

Yet, there is one language that isn't widely available for study. That language is coding.

Over the next several years, we are hopeful that coding/programming will be introduced into more schools; especially during the formative years (K-8th grade). Not only will this help kids better compete in tomorrow's economy but it will also enable them to gain a better appreciation for the technology enabled world around them.

It is hard to find an industry, business, service, or activity that is not touched by technology in some way shape or form. 

We are looking forward to a future when all kids not only consume digital content but also understand how to create it.

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About the Author: Omowale Casselle ([email protected]) is the Co-founder & CEO of Digital Adventures. Prior to Digital Adventures, Omowale led the development, launch & management of an interactive advertising & marketing platform, SAMPLEit (division of Outerwall, Inc.), in high traffic retail locations (Walmart, Meijer, HEB) that will help consumers trial, discover, and ultimately make more informed choices about their most important purchase decisions. Earlier in his career, Omowale was part of the new product development team that successfully brought industry-leading vehicles to market including Ford Mustang, Ford Fusion, and Ford Escape Hybrid. His passion for continuous learning and development has led to degrees from Harvard Business School (MBA), University of Michigan (MS Engineering), and University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign (BS Engineering).