For those who got a Bachelor in Computer Science?
Do you regret it, or are you glad you majored in Computer Science? Do you like your job, and is it really related to what you've studid in college? Would you suggest others to study Computer Science?
Asked By: Staticx - 11/13/2009
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I've been in the business since 1980 when I graduated. Back in the old days there was no CS degree but you had to major in mathematics... More
Answered By: LoverOfWine - 11/13/2009
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it totally individual choice. yesterday i met a guy who is coding for more than 12 years now and is very happy with it. his in no mood of changing his profile. i have a firend who quite coding after 7 years and now working in marketing & finance. so its personal choice... More
Answered By: Csmart - 11/13/2009
I am glad that i majored in computer science and i like my job very much. It is very much related to the what i've studied in college and definitely i would suggest others to study computer science.
Answered By: sharad singh - 11/13/2009
I didn't get a bachelor's degree, but I might as well have because my day to day job is what someone with a backelor's in CS would be doing. I am still taking classes to get my bachelors... More
Answered By: Pfo - 11/13/2009
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