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I used to code on a typewriter — here’s how it helped me become C-suite


Today, it’s probably hard to believe, but growing up, I practiced coding using a manual typewriter. Yes, you read that right. From the time I was able to buy a used game console when I was about 10 years old, I was passionate about technology and how it could be used to do ‘magical things.’ Soon after I got this console, I learned that those games were developed using “programming languages,” and a few books later, I was using an Olivetti Studio 46 manual typewriter to copy lines of code, pretending that my code was actually executing. Fast forward to…

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