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Automated Coding and the Future of Programming

Editor’s Note: Automation has been a game-changing phenomenon in many fields. As the VP of Content Strategy at O’Reilly Media, Mike Loukides has an intimate knowledge of how automation has transformed certain industries in drastic and unexpected ways. In this article, Mike takes a look at what automation might mean for the future of programming and its effect on professional software development. We’d love to




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