Before we delve completely into this topic, grant me entry into your minds for a few seconds. Imagine coming back from work feeling very exhausted to even lift a finger
I remember the first time I heard about ‘coding’. It was in one of those times where the presence of technology and the internet was so concentrated in the world that knowledge was just seeping through the cracks of societies that had built a wall around them to keep tech away (which is to say, quite recently).
The invasion of technology in our everyday lives has made life quite easier and simpler for us. The click of buttons on our phones to hear the voices of our families and friends, the tapping of alphabets on our phones and computers to send messages across to people, forwarding documents online to determine our future by way of looking for jobs online,the use of scans in the hospitals to determine the faults we have in our inner systems, the use of navigation/GPS to find our way around town, to mention but a few are some of the positivity technology has brought into our lives.
Can you remember the first time you used Chrome?
A decade ago Google debuted a web browser marketed marketing it as a fresh take on the browser. That web browser is Google Chrome. Chrome was originally launched in beta form as a windows only app, however, over a year later versions were made available for Linux and MacOs.