Coding is definitely not restricted to some app or mobile but it is way beyond our imagination.
Coding ..... programming..... Makes our mind and soul think logically and analytically and makes us more efficient in decision making in our daily life.
Yes you can definitely implement you coding skills in various aspects of life.If you have that experience then it will definitely help you in each and every aspects of life.
Coding is a very useful experience of knowledge.👍👍
- build useful projects for everyone
- earn some money, then use it to help others
- wonder at the incredible ideas Turing and co. have given us
- enjoy exploring the philosophy of logic from Raymond Smullyan and co.
- study the ingenious algorithms people have come up with
- Make your programming wisdom available to any researchers or businesses that make use of information (i.e. all of them..) and then transform
the way they do things. Free up their time, increase their efficiency, help them discover the new gene they're looking for..
- Play guess the next revolution.. AI, augmented reality, blockchain, semantic web, quantum computing.. and ponder its consequences
- Make the electrons do things beyond our own brains, like write some code that can beat you at chess.
- "Civilization advances by extending the number of important operations which we can perform without thinking about them" someone said - help increase this number little by little.
- Think of less explored areas in which to apply your skills of breaking down problems and modelling systems.
- Create imaginary worlds
- Make unexpected connections like fractals <-> compression, or a freely editable encyclopedia <-> useful information resource
..and finally something really relevant beginning with T.
Hmm, not sure I've helped answer your question in any way - but nevertheless, happy coding!
The Potential is Amazing now and for the future:
Here are some examples of usage:
Programmers often work with integrated development environments and are involved in building, fixing, and modifying:
+Computer operating systems
+Social networking applications
+Automated internet search platforms
+Artificial intelligence programs
+Voice recognition systems
The utilization of coding is definitely not useful in things that are not computers but the benefits of coding is significant. It runs our computers, improve our quality of life, and expands our problem-solving skills.
Some of the next big things are
Internet of things
Learn assembly language and opcodes.
create a programming language
Learn how to convert between binary, decimal and hexadecimal
study truth tables
study the fetch decode execute cycle
learn about cognitive neuro science and it’s relation to computer science
study the osi model/tcp/ip model to learn how the internet works
understand how your OS is organised and learn about the registry.
Well as an example I started coding with automation in process engineering. So larger chemical plants. Later I programmed a robot in microstructure engineering and this was all before entering professional career so only internships. So it depends on what you want... do you want to tinker around then nowadays the opportunities are even better.. i.e. use a raspberry pie and get a small electronics set <80€. You learn a lot and do not only programm for computers then.
Coding is not only problem solving. It also teaches how computer systems work internally (unless you use scripting languages)
You can use algorithms for solving (managing?) real life problems. I don't know if you can use programming language skills in real life or not.
I have used KISS principal of Unix shell system in real life during system design