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Where to learn coding

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15:49 PM | 25 October 2013
by Adam Oldfield
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Learning how to build apps and websites has become a skill that modern jobs within the creative industry require. We've outlined the best places to learn.

Making products and improving lives is an instinctive human trait. The tradespeople of old – carpenters, brick layers, bakers and brewers are still relevant, but coding is the new craft of the modern age. It's taking over the world we live in and making our lives better by the day.

Whether it's the mobile in your pocket, your laptop, connected TV or some wearable tech, code is behind it all. It's a language that delivers our tweets, saves our information to the cloud and allows us to interact with someone on the other side of the world. 

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