Like everyone else, you spend way too much time staring at a computer screen.
Okay, that’s a fact of life. But what if you’re spending far more time than you need to? What if you could conquer:
- Repetitive, boring tasks?
- Irritating features of your software that won’t go away?
- Mysterious rumors of time-saving processes that sound great but are probably confusing?
Guess what? You can.
Where does software come from? Programmers. They draw their salaries designing great software that will do everything you want with as few keystrokes as possible. And they succeed. Generally, software is quite powerful.
The problem? It’s written by programmers.
No matter how many animated office supplies jump around and shout at you, beneath the glitz it’s still software. It goes by different rules than real life.
So let’s learn a few of those rules.
Sure, one class can’t begin to cover all the specifics of all the software on the market. But if you’re generally confused and frustrated with your computer, one class can and will explain a few basic principles that can get you thinking like a programmer. You won’t learn all the answers, but you will learn the most basic ideas you need so you can find answers yourself.