Richard Eng’s Answer
I just read this article: Coding Academies Are Nonsense. One of the points the author makes is that computer programming won’t be a career in a few decades because tools that let non-coders build software will become so good and easy to use that computer programmers will be obsolete. Do people think this is true? I suppose every career will eventually be automated out of existence. Is computer programming a career that’s likely to be automated out of existence sooner than most others?
In my 20+ year career, I’ve used C, C++, C#, Fortran, Tandem TAL, Java, Python