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simpleJack1759168dOffer to teach the class
Lesson 1 - tabs vs. Spaces
Lesson 2 - how to shitpost on reddit
Lesson 3 - stackoverflow
There is no lesson 4
TEACHER: "Okay class, today's lesson is SHITPOSTING ON REDDIT. Our three objectives for today are:
1. Knowing no programming whatsoever
2. Having a Reddit account username containing an old programming joke everyone's heard a million times
3. REAP THE KARMA from /r/ProgrammerHumor"
-The teacher writes the lesson and objectives on the whiteboard.-
STUDENT 1: "Mr. <redacted>, what type of content should we be posting?"
-Roughly 20 minutes pass.-
STUDENT 2: "Is this good, sir?"
-Student 2 posted a class joke-
TEACHER: "What the fuck /u/kate1998, that's actual content! WE DON'T POST ACTUAL CONTENT HERE! GET THE FUCK OUT OF MY CLASS!"
ilPinguino3086168d@infernalempress I think I'd actually watch a sitcom with this kind of script.
Hm... I'd even volunteer to play a role in a sitcom like that (although my last real "acting" experience was the theatre club at school).
I like your style.
Still, the point of CS ed shouldn't be to push people into CS (I mean, PE isn't there to make kids into athletes, right?). It should teach them the basics, making sure they can run their system, safely administrate their home network, maintain a safe online life (or decide on whether they even want that) and MAYBE some basic coding to automate stuff.
Anything beyond that is professional's work, those who want to be that should dedicate the right amount of time to it.
There's no shame in the skilled trades - and hell, there's a load of cash in them because they're desperate for new people (at least where I live)!
Adam Smith was right I guess.
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