What comes to mind when you hear the term 'programming'?
Why would you want to learn programming?
Did you know?
The term 'bug' to describe a programming error was coined by Admiral Grace Hopper in 1947, when she found a moth stuck in a computer. The term 'debugging' was also coined by Admiral Grace Hopper, which meant removing the moth from the computer. The term 'hacker' originally referred to someone who is highly skilled at programming and debugging, not someone who maliciously accessed a computer system.
Draw what comes to mind when you think of a 'programmer'.
How confident are you going into this coding class?
- Very confident
- Somewhat confident
- Not confident