Responding to the Coding Crisis: From Code Year to Computational Literacy
[T]he discourse of literacy crises engages deep-seated cultural anxieties and attempts to resolve them magically, by regulating the production and use of literacy and by drawing lines between standard English and popular vernaculars, “masters” and “servants.” —John Trimbur.
In the emerging, highly programmed landscape ahead, you will either create the software or you will be the software. It’s really that simple: Program, or be programmed. Choose the former, and you gain access to the control panel of civilization. Choose the latter, and it could be the last real choice you get to make. —Douglas Rushkoff.
This is a fabulous product at the right time. —Codecademy.