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Are You Studing Or Graduate In Computer Sciences?

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Are you studing or graduate in computer sciences?

  1. Yes

    65.3%
  2. No

    34.7%
  1. cocococococo
    Honeycomb Jul 6, 2014


    #1
  2. silas17
    Ice Cream Sandwich Jul 6, 2014


    #2
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  3. emwrinnvt
    Froyo Jul 6, 2014

    emwrinnvt , Jul 6, 2014 :
    I am an accountant, but i want to go back to school and start over...

    Worth it?
     

    #3
    jannywright06 and cocococococo like this.
  4. ionpan89
    Honeycomb Jul 6, 2014

    ionpan89 , Jul 6, 2014 :
    Yeap, here. Computer engineering. You should know what a bummer that is.
     

    #4
    iserikov1 and cocococococo like this.
  5. cocococococo
    Honeycomb Jul 6, 2014

    cocococococo , Jul 6, 2014 :
    Probably you are going to study, so, finally, it will be the same!
     

    #5
  6. ljackson
    Honeycomb Jul 6, 2014


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  7. cocococococo
    Honeycomb Jul 6, 2014


    #7
  8. gmo8492
    Lollipop Jul 6, 2014

    gmo8492 , Jul 6, 2014 :
    Business major. I wanted to study CS, but I found out it's a little to time consuming.
     

    #8
    cocococococo likes this.
  9. AeshmA
    Jelly Bean Jul 6, 2014

    AeshmA , Jul 6, 2014 :
    Studying computer sciences (engineering), two years from total of four behind, specializing in software engineering.
     

    #9
    ruvy01, cocococococo and Chow578 like this.
  10. aspherical
    Jelly Bean Jul 6, 2014


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  11. Zenarc
    Jelly Bean Jul 6, 2014


    #11
    cocococococo, Chow578 and mahvi like this.
  12. wary_overlord
    Gingerbread Jul 6, 2014

    wary_overlord , Jul 6, 2014 :
    I did Information Systems at UMBC. Its less programming and more jack of all trades IT with database classes, networking classes, and a couple programming courses. I loved it since I love working with computers but the programming load the computer science people get would have killed me.

    EDIT: Am a software specialist after graduation! Got lucky networking with people and landed a nice internship which turned into a job after graduating!
     

    #12
  13. major90
    Ice Cream Sandwich Jul 6, 2014


    #13
    cocococococo and wary_overlord like this.
  14. Mikasa Ackerman
    Ice Cream Sandwich Jul 6, 2014


    #14
  15. MichaelZeuner
    Ice Cream Sandwich Jul 6, 2014


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  16. fanto88
    Froyo Jul 6, 2014


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  17. sdkraemer
    Cupcake Jul 6, 2014

    sdkraemer , Jul 6, 2014 :
    You can, but majority of employers care about the degree. And learning from a four year institute will generally lend to a better software engineer who uses sound programming techniques/design patterns. Even some of the code developed by software engineers in my group who only had a MIS degree (compared to CS) produces some pretty bad code. There is a difference in code quality.
     

    #17
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  18. Mikasa Ackerman
    Ice Cream Sandwich Jul 6, 2014

    Mikasa Ackerman , Jul 6, 2014 :
    Not likely. You can graduate with a degree and have horrible coding skills. If a guy off the street demos some of their code, they will bypass degree requirements as the demo will prove if they can code or not. And you can judge experience just by looking at the code. The computer industry doesn't really require degrees as skills can be obtained at home. Sure it may "help" but it's not really a great investment. If you do want a degree, CS should be a minor.
     

    #18
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  19. pinoyoragon
    Gingerbread Jul 6, 2014


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  20. warrenth
    Gingerbread Jul 6, 2014


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