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Computational Thinking is not programming

Computational Thinking is not programming
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One of the most common mistakes when first learning how to program is to believe that it only consists of writing code. Programming consists of transmitting to the computer a solution to a complex problem in machine language, the code. To reach that solution and make it transferable to programming language, we need to develop more skills than just transcribing information.

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Transformation Sketch "Computational Thinking is not programming" | Illustrated by Andy Baraja

Computational Thinking can help you in developing the necessary skills to solve complex problems and the abilities to transmit and communicate ideas in this new ecosystem led by technological solutions.

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Mari Luz Aguado Jiménez

Mari Luz Aguado Jiménez

Mari Luz Aguado Jiménez, Tech & Computational Thinking Expert, has been passionate about programming and understanding how companies work since she began her studies as a Telecommunications Engineer and Business Administration and Management. She has dedicated her career to learning software solutions and promoting Computational Thinking in our society. She has more than half a decade of her professional career in software consulting for the world of insurance and banking in Central Europe. In parallel, she has continued with training and dissemination of the importance of Computational Thinking for the development of society. In Netmind, he wants to unite his two passions, Computational Thinking and business, to enhance the development of organizations with Computational Thinking tools.

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