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MBA1756 Why You Should Learn To Code

Should you learn to read?

Almost no one would answer “no.” In most places, everyone can. It’s a fundamental skill that empowers you to do…anything! No matter the industry, it’s a must. People who can’t read are at an unfair disadvantage, regardless of their career.

That’s how we feel about coding.

Today, we discuss why everyone — not just developers — should learn coding. Even if you hire developers, even if you never write a line yourself, learn it! We’ll explain why and how, and why it doesn’t have to cost you a lot of time or money.

Empower yourself to be a better all-around business person with coding. Click Play!

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