I heard a story on NPR this weekend about if you know code it will help you keep your job when companies do layoffs. So the reporter talked about Code Year. It's an interactive learning site that is totally free. You receive 5 hours a week of work and at the end of one year you should know how to code.
So I'm thinking, that I could go take a code class at the local college at a cost of $500+ or do this one for free. I have a feeling the online one is just as good, or maybe even better (and maybe more up to date).
So what does this mean to college studies in the future?