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If you’re not a professional programmer but you’ve ever used a computer, this article is for you – seriously. You will learn what code is, what software is, how apps get written, and what different programming languages do and why they matter. Plus you’ll get details about other technical issues. Along the way, Bloomberg Businessweek reporter Paul Ford explains the culture and some of the psychology of programming. This delightfully animated article is essential for anyone not in the programming field who uses computers. getAbstract recommends it to everyone interested in learning more about programming, its culture and its principles.
A tech rout has frustrated investors trying to pinpoint the value of private companies. A Bloomberg analysis offers clues.
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Solar power, electric cars, grid-scale batteries, heat pumps—the world is crossing into a mass-adoption moment for green technologies.
Progress and expansion once followed clear-cut game plans. But new, turbulent elements are in play, shaping both advanced and developing countries around the world. Economists Tim Orlik and Scott Johnson and financial journalist Alex Tanzi describe the major “drivers and disrupters” rewriting the playbooks for economic growth in this clear, concise and accessible report. This overview offers insights to policy makers and executives looking for a strategic framework by which to understand shifting macroeconomic patterns.
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