It seems like coding boot camps, coding programs in schools, and other development initiatives are popping up left and right these days. After all, learning how to code, even just a little, is helpful for more careers than software engineering. In fact, some none-coding jobs are starting to require a basic level of coding ability. With all of these programs pushing coding these days, you may start to think the industry is flooded with would-be-developers as well as senior engineers, right? Wrong. In fact, there’s a significant shortage of qualified people in this country to fill the available programming positions. The Job Disparity…

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A few years ago, there was a viral story about a programmer in Manhattan who met a homeless man and, instead of simply giving him a few dollars and walking away, bought him a used laptop and spent weeks teaching him how to code. While this type of gesture from an individual may be unusual, the underlying concept is actually fairly common. Coding skills are in high demand. There are a myriad of good, stable, well-paying jobs that hire people who can code, and the field is continually growing. In fact, there are dozens of organizations out there who specialize in finding…

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