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How to make computer programming accessible to the entire world–by changing programming itself

By Christopher Mims
Published Last updated This article is more than 2 years old.

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“Victor thinks that programming itself is broken. It’s often said that in order to code well, you have to be able to “think like a computer.” To Victor, this is absurdly backwards–and it’s the real reason why programming is seen as fundamentally hard.”

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