Coding and programming are often touted by career advisers as ways to future-proof your job. In movies, these tech pros are portrayed by keyboarding-clanking, socially reclusive geniuses who have the divine gift of speaking the language of computers and work in tech hubs like San Francisco. The message being: You either get it, or you don’t. The reality is much more nuanced. It doesn’t help that the terms “coding” and “programming” are often used interchangeably. There are a few key differences, and knowing them is crucial in understanding the career prospects in the field — and how coding will inevitably affect most of our professionalRead More →