We constantly hear about the job opportunities and lucrative nature of the programming business. We also picture the programmer as a archetypical “tech nerd” complete with glasses and a moody disposition. But what is the truth about programming and how smart do you REALLY have to be to do it?
Mark Lassoff, founder of LearnToProgram Media, has a fresh take on what it means to learn to program and how just about anyone can learn what Mark calls “modern literacy”. If you’ve every thought about programming yourself, or just want to be able to better talk to those who code, this program is you for you.
Mark Lassoff ‘s parents frequently claim that Mark was born to be a programmer. Starting, in the mid-eighties at age 11, Mark was hard at work on his Commodore 64 writing games in the BASIC language. Today, Mark is a publisher, top technical trainer and author, providing software, mobile and web development training Mark is a sought after video trainer, speaker and host. Mark Lassoff currently works as founder of LearnToProgram, Inc., a Connecticut-based company that publishes online courses that teach mobile, web, and game development.
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