So this is Part II to the article, and if you have missed Part I, you may want to check that out first.
You may have heard some people saying that learning to code is so 2012 or that there is no more need to since every Tom, Dick, and Harry are learning to code nowadays and the market is just going to be saturated soon. While no one can say for sure what will happen in the future, I personally think that learning to code right now is pretty much the same as to learning how to speak English in the early 1900s—it is simply the very start of a universal language that is going to be the fundamental language for everything in the long run.
Weddings and honeymoons are one of the best things in life.
“Guess what! I swear all my ex are getting hotter after breaking up with me!”
Imagine for a minute. Yesterday, you were still responding to the name “Karen,” and suddenly today you are Allie. It is official; it is on your workstation, on your passport, on your bank account—just “Allie” everywhere.
How does it feel to “rent” yourself out for a day? What does that even mean?