Updated: Oct 9
The idea for Thoughtbound came from the notion that computers and people are after the same thing - to solve problems in the most efficient way possible. The computer solves mathematical problems, while we have problems to solve with our relationships, work, thinking patterns, actions, the world, and more.
However, many of the paradigms used to program computers can also be applied through analogies to our own lives. Thoughtbound was founded on the premise that we can both educate the next generation of engineers, and help them remember what they learn by having them apply it to their own lives and solutions - gaining knowledge both technically and personally.
Thoughtbound was also founded on the idea that programming should be fun, and accessible.
Trust us - you won't just learn, you'll remember. Plus, you can trial the site and all the content until launch day!
We're in the business of changing minds. Because to solve problems, we need to think better.
Why do you wake up in the morning? Sound off in the comments!