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Code Academy's Linda Liukas took the stage at Heroku's Waza 2013 to present "Code is Everyone's Business". For more form Liukas ping her at @lindaliukas. ...

Code Academy's Linda Liukas took the stage at Heroku's Waza 2013 to present "Code is Everyone's Business". For more form Liukas ping her at @lindaliukas.

For Waza videos stay tuned at http://blog.heroku.com or visit http://vimeo.com/herokuwaza.

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  • 1. Hello Ruby
  • 2. The Story of Ruby
  • 3. “Shes sometimes quirky, always beautiful, a little mysterious,and absolutely magical.”
  • 4. “Hundreds of robots are happily baking. It smells likecandycanes, cinnamon, cookies, milk and jellybeans.”
  • 5. “We do only one thing, but we do it really well. The sum of theparts is bigger that way.”
  • 6. “Come on little Ruby, there’s so little things I like as much aspartying with you.”
  • 7. Every person has a magical book fromchildhood that showed them the world isbeautiful and full of possibility. My book isabout Ruby.
  • 8. The Internet
  • 9. Curators instead of creators - young womenthe most under harnessed creative energy ofthe Internet.
  • 10. Code is 21st century literacy - but not onlyarithmetics and logic.
  • 11. efore breakfast. Reason Rhythm and Repetition Ridicule Riddles
  • 12. If JavaScript is the new lingua franca, wedont need more grammar lessons, butpoetry classes.
  • 13. “Come on little Ruby, there’s so little things I like as much as partying with you.”Like invisible friends, our favorite childhood stories and imagesstay with us and serve as a benchmark for our tasteand perception years to come.
  • 14. “And above all, watch with glittering eyes the wholeworld around you because the greatest secrets arealways hidden in the most unlikely places. Those whodont believe in magic will never find it.” - Roald Dahl