Question about computer engineering?

What got me to study computer engineering in the first place was an EXTREME curiosity of how a computer actually functioned down to its deepest levels. That, and the fact that computers are used literally everywhere we look. Such complex technology has become such a normal part of everyday life that people, IMO take this technology for granted. It was alot of hardwork to get to where we are right now and i think people dont pay attention to that. The problem im having right now is that even though i really do find these lectures interesting, i cant seem to find any "fun" with this major. Im nearing the first semester of my second year now so its still early and i dont know what computer engineering has instore for me later. People say that if your not having fun in your job/university studies etc... then change jobs/majors. Well changing is simply not an option for me. i just wont do it. So, is there anyone who has experience in computer engineering that can tell me the "funner side" of it. so far ive only been to lectures, taking countless notes, more brainwork than anything. i am really a hands on kinda guy. So, is there any fun that awaits me in the future or is it something i have to simply push through it. Basically all im aksing is: If you are a student or have graduated with a degree in computer engineering, what was the most fun you had during your time in school???

Asked By: theguyman - 11/15/2010
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It's not a matter of having fun in your major. You should find your major interesting and challenging, and find yourself understanding what you are learning and constantly adding to your knowledge... More
Answered By: . - 11/15/2010
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