Daniel, thanks for sharing your thoughts on coding. It is something I am interested in have been debating learning more seriously than I've chosen to learn it thus far: my coding skills do not surpass HTML and CSS. I'm sort of a hybrid marketer/community-builder/front-end web developer/designer for a tech company in Boston. Taking the plunge into learning more serious coding languages scares me, honestly, and I feel that I'd need to shelve my full-time job and drum playing to make time, and really, learn to code. And, by really learn to code, I mean gaining coding skills that are at all useful. And, by at all useful, I mean transforming my website ideas into code without needing to hire a web developer to cut my mockups into functional web applications. I wonder how long it would take to get to that level of mastery, and where to start if one were to begin learning to code? Perhaps you or members of the community would like to share thoughts or an experience? @Daniel, not gonna lie, just read your post about receiving an invite to SETT, so here we are: #GiveMeSETT. Maybe I get brownie points for not providing a comment for the SETT invite giveaway, but for initiating conversation.