Coding Into the Future

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Coding languages have come a long way since Gottfried Leibniz designed binary code in 1679...and in the process, coding itself has become one of the most valuable job skills on the market.

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Coding Into the Future

  1. 1. U.S. CODING JOBS WILL INCREASE BY 17% OVER 20 YEARS...OVER TWICE THE AVERAGE GROWTH ACROSS ALL OCCUPATIONS (7%)  BUT THE STATS DON'T ALWAYS ADD UP WWW.NCLNET.ORG HISTORY A NEW INDUSTRY CODING BOOTCAMPS ...FILLING IN THE GAP? 1679 1843 1972 1995 2014 Gottfried Leibniz designs modern binary code The first "computer programmer," Ada Lovelace, devises a theoretical algorithm for use on an analytical machine While working at Bell Labs, Dennis Ritchie invents C, the most widely used programming language ever created James Gosling of Sun Microsystems creates Java, a language for building interactive computer programs Demand for coders explodes, with 1,114,000 software development jobs in the U.S. alone. In 2016, 91 coding bootcamps graduated 17,966 coders Many claim job placement rates over 90%... get the facts. Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics Source: CourseReport 2016 Coding Bootcamp Market Size Study CODING INTO THE FUTURE A G U I D E B Y T H E N A T I O N A L C O N S U M E R S L E A G U E 0 337,500 675,000 1,012,500 1,350,000 2014 2024

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