vaporland writes: "Some say computer science as a vocation is dying. This article says that the arrival of high-level tools means vastly complex applications for business, science and leisure can be created without the coding, logic or discrete mathematics skills taught at universities.
So, head on down to Staples, buy that big red button that says "It's easy!" and drop off a job application for the warehouse manager position . . ."
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