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 Story of Apple 2011 – Zach Sims and Ryan Bubinski Teaching the world to code

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PostSubject: Story of Apple 2011 – Zach Sims and Ryan Bubinski Teaching the world to code   Tue Feb 04, 2014 12:24 pm

2011 – Zach Sims and Ryan Bubinski
Teaching the world to code
After he dropped out of Columbia University, Zach Sims — along with his former classmate Ryan Bubinski — started Codecademy, an online platform that teaches aspiring engineers to write code. Inspired by how the Mac allowed anyone to master technology, they used it to design a friendly interface with simple, interactive lessons. An instant Internet sensation, Codecademy would become the most popular way to learn what some call the most valuable language of the 21st century.


The Codecademy team’s mission is to make writing code as easy and intuitive as creating anything on a Mac, iPad, or iPhone. They believe it’s important to understand programming because it plays such a huge role in the economy. Zach Sims, the CEO of Codecademy and one half of the team that helped democratize computer coding. Inspired by the friendly user interface of the Mac, Sims and Ryan Bubinski invented a simple way to teach people of all ages, nationalities, and skill levels how to write code — no computer science degree necessary.


Released February 24, 2011
MacBook Pro
This MacBook Pro was the first computer with Thunderbolt technology, a new I/O standard for connecting to next-generation peripherals with blazing-fast data transfer speeds. This year also saw the introduction of the Mac App Store, which made getting apps for the Mac easier than ever. No boxes, no discs, no installation — people could just download and go.



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In 2011, the MacBook Pro was many things to Mac users. Here’s how people say they used it the most.
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