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Coding Won’t Exist In 5 Years. This Is Why

Somnath Singh 76


Once upon a time, in a world not too different from ours, handmade clothing was the norm.

Skilled artisans would spend countless hours creating beautiful garments, each one unique and crafted with care.

But as technology advanced, machines were invented that could produce clothing at a much faster rate and at a fraction of the cost.

At first, many people were skeptical of the new machine-made clothing.

“Oh — the new clothing lacks the quality and beauty of the handmade.”

“The machine-made clothes suck!”

“No way it is going to replace us.”

However, as time passed, more and more people began to embrace the new technology, seeing the benefits of faster production and lower prices.

The artisans who had once made a living crafting handmade garments found themselves struggling to compete with the new machine-made clothing.

Some feared that the art of handmade garments would be lost forever and that the new clothing would lack the quality and beauty of the handmade.

Many were forced to adapt and learn the new technology, while others were left behind.

Gradually, handmade clothing became a rarity, and the vast majority of clothing that you see today is produced by machines — not humans.

History is repeating itself.

But this time it is for the people in the tech world.

AI-powered tools are here to replace human coders.

These tools will be able to write and debug code faster and more efficiently than humans and at a lower cost.

If you’re worried about job losses and the end of the coding profession — you’re probably right!

I’m not here to make doomsday predictions, I’m here to tell you the truth.

Are you ready?

They Are Coming for You

“Don’t ever get too comfortable, you can be replaced.”

— Anonymous