Hi, I'm a senior in high school and I'm deeply interested in the engineering field. I've always had a keen interest in computers including video games, programming languages, operating systems, and much more. I also love my math courses in High School and I've taken over the past 4 years 6 math courses. I'm going off to college soon and I want to try and figure out the engineering career I wish to go into. The question I'm trying to ask is if you could give me details on what a software engineer does on the job, and any information about what you do would as a software engineer would be great. I would greatly appreciate your time, and thank you.
Asked By: aslan649 - 1/27/2008
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You're going to be programming all day, but probably nothing that is interesting. Like software for different departments in the company. Going to meetings, business people will be trying to tell you how to do stuff but you will just laugh at them in your head... More
Answered By: Marit - 1/27/2008
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Consider studying electrical engineering - with a software minor. Most computer science departments have been merged with electrical engineering because of the similarity between hardware solutions, software solutions, and the nether land in between - programmable logic arrays. With an EE degree, you will be more... More
Answered By: Chuck - 1/27/2008
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