What's the easiest way to talk to a non-coder about the digital world?
When speaking to non-'computerPeople' what is your best approach? Whether it be a professional encounter or your gramma, how do you come at this kind of situation?
I try to use analogies. I.e Try to compare the topic in question to something the listener is already familiar with.
There's no way...😂
A lot of really great responses here. I really appreciate everyone's input! 😁
Car analogies tend to work well 😉
playing a game iFTT granny: If I raise my right hand you say "hooo" if I raise my left hand you say "haaaaa" if I say "plus 3 3" you add 6..... make it more complicated and tell your "audience" you play that game with a Computer. Another way: A Computer is a cook: I give him a reciept and ingredients and he cooks for me prime numbers.
try to translate it on regular language 😃
@Timon have some! It is enough for everyone (-:
I try to avoid it. When someone wants to hear something, I use specialist terms and he/she goes away.
you have to learn it step by step just like code by code
@Oma Falk Hmm... tasty.
Take it slow, don't use any 'specialized' words as it can become ambiguous and frustrating.