Coding is everywhere in our lives! We can say that coding equals life. Most of the things we encounter around us but are unaware of are coded.
Let’s examine it with examples:
There are things we do routinely every day. We leave home every morning and go to school or work, right? Even though we have automated these tasks, when we think in detail, we can explain each process we do in order.
I woke up.
I got out of bed.
I washed my hands and my face.
I had my breakfast.
I brushed my teeth.
I changed my clothes.
I left the house.
etc. We experience the steps. Of course, these steps can be repeated and changed. In fact, even the order of steps is important in these automated tasks such as waking up and leaving the house. For example, we cannot wash our hands and face before getting out of bed. This is how coding is, it should consist of logical sequential steps. Coding, in its simplest form, is speaking in a language that computers can understand, it is a set of tasks to be done and all the steps are processed sequentially. We call these steps algorithms. Our previous example was the leaving home algorithm.
So, how are these steps of leaving the house connected with the coding of a robot? This is where the issue of algorithms comes into play. You code a robot to perform assigned tasks. Whatever his task is, you should tell him each step in order. Just as I cannot wash my hands and face before getting out of bed, if there is a logical order, this is also the case with the task we expect from a robot. The robot does whatever we say and we must say each step one by one as we want.
Yes, coding is everywhere in our lives. Even though we may not realize it in our automated lives, coding is everywhere in our lives, on the doors we pass through, in our homes, in shopping malls. Shopping mall doors that open with the help of sensors, barriers equipped with license plate recognition systems, smart cash register systems in markets…
Coding lies behind all these processes.
As technology develops, the number of examples from our lives will increase. Let’s also examine agricultural technologies.
A farmer goes to his field every morning to produce crops. This situation, which requires a lot of workload, has changed with the introduction of technology into our lives. A smart era has now begun in irrigation systems. Soil moisture values that can be controlled with the help of sensors and field models that can be controlled remotely have been developed. The farmer now has to pay for irrigation etc. Instead of thinking about transactions, people started to focus on different areas such as situations that increase product efficiency and increase sales. If a person spends more time thinking, success will follow.
The areas where technology exists are endless. Education, health, transportation… coding is everywhere now. Day by day, coding continues to be everywhere in our lives.
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