What Is Programming?
What Is Coding?
Now let's talk about coding, which is both broad and particular in some ways. Coding is the process of putting a logical programming solution into action. But, as we all know, this isn't always the case because we may also code in html or CSS. As a result, it's more difficult to come up with a precise definition of coding. One thing is certain: in order to be a skilled coder, you must master the syntax of several coding languages. Programming solves logical problems at a higher degree of abstraction than coding, which is primarily concerned with technical specifics. Code quality, splitting things down into functions and separate files, and utilising code libraries are all important considerations.
Programming vs Coding
Writing "Hello World" In Different Coding Language
Coding "Hello World" In Python:
Coding "Hello World" In Java:
One thing to keep in mind is that non-developers will quickly fall asleep if you try to explain coding details to them. This is where some of the team's long-standing disputes between technical and non-technical members. Where the developers want to restructure the code base, the project manager wants to know what are the end user's benefits.
Learning to programming, also helps you develop mental models, and it's no surprise that the world is now governed by former programmers - Bill Gates, Jeff Bezos, Elon Musk, and Mark Zuckerberg. So you'll hear a lot of people suggest that when you're first starting out, focus on programming and don't worry about coding language. People believe that because they are not focused on language, they have ability to study five new languages. However, the fact is that the faster you learn a single language, the sooner you may get beyond the coding stage. Because you are not continuously learning new syntax, you can just concentrate on programming. Anyway, as the conclusion, let's compare both of them to development.
Development is more concerned with the solution, outcome or business need, and development solutions can entail far more than programming or coding.
While we are seeing more and more coding tasks being automated by improved tools, code generators and even machine learning techniques. The principles of programming are here to stay, and we may see a decrease in the number of jobs that require pure coding. Even if you want to go beyond, being a programmer and become the next Elon Musk, it can still be very useful. I hope that this post clarifies some of the important distinctions between programming, coding and development.