There’s only one really important sentence in this transcript of a 45-minute interview with Nolan Bushnell, one of the co-founders of Atari.
This is it:
We’re almost out of time, so just a couple more questions. First, how would you summarize the message of your speech about the future of software?
Bushnell: The future is really terrific and software is a big part of it. I just wish our schools would produce more quality coders so that it could happen faster. I am very optimistic we are really at a tipping point of some great stuff.
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