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Thought twice club has actually been dubbed code years since most of us know how to use computers but very few of us know how they work and programmer say that knowledge.
Could actually help decide who wins the White House.
The ground who -- has always been part of political campaigns grass -- who -- -- what about next year.
In the twentieth century the air war became critical radio and TV -- Now the cyber war might be the key element of any run for office the Internet and social media sparking buzz and swinging votes.
It fueling uprisings and revolutions too and you can't go viral without coat.
Code is the language of the computer the heart of any web -- -- program and people are eager to learn the basics including more than one million signing up with code academy in just the past few months.
Computers are these Universal Sports.
You can write programs to do almost anything you want the computer to do and -- -- follows instructions.
If you don't know how to create those walls -- your subject to the power or in the prices of the people who make that Wilson's office.
We reached blogger Andrew Martin via Skype.
He used code academy to help start his site boat wreck dot com trying to improve on traditional campaign strategies.
What are those social connections what what is most valuable.
What are what insights.
Can you glean it from you -- social network online.
That would have an impact and be particularly valuable unique -- any political decision.
Well boat wreck dot com just launched last week code -- been online since August and there's no charge to learn -- so -- it beginners like us.
Can can start right away from I'm looking forward -- that.
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