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The Daunting Complexity of Traditional Coding

The Daunting Complexity of Traditional Coding

Traditionally, building software has been daunting, requiring specialized knowledge to understand and write code. The process involves not just learning syntax and semantics but also grasping complex concepts such as algorithms, data structures, and design patterns.

The complexity of programming languages, from early languages like Plankalkül and COBOL to modern ones like Python, has made software development seem inaccessible to many.

These languages often require years of study and practical experience to master, creating a significant barrier to entry for aspiring developers.


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As a lifelong fan of LEGO, I've always cherished the joy of creating with almost no barriers. This passion for building extends beyond LEGO to my professional role as CEO of GitHub, the hub for software development. Just as LEGO allows us to bring our creative ideas to life effortlessly, recent advancements in artificial intelligence (AI) are making coding accessible to everyone.

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