If Software is Eating the World, Then You Better Know How To Code

Jan 18, 2017 by Isaac Mosquera

At Armory we absolutely agree with Andreesen’s notorious statement about Software Eating the World. Seems obvious now, but hindsight is always 20/20. If Andreesen and we are correct, then you better know how to participate in a software driven world. This change is so important to us that even our CEO is coding and issuing pull requests!

And while his main responsibility is not writing software (see his CEO manifesto) it’s an essential skill to participating in the future economy.

If software is critical to your business success or if you’re interested in writing software that helps other produce better software, feel free to reach out!

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