What should I major in if I want to be a Web Developer?
I want to code and maybe even design a little. I live in New York if that helps. Also, if I choose the Computer Science degree (I bet that's the one I'll need but I want to make sure) will I be doing a lot of math? I'm terrible at mathematics. I didn't want to get into details but I want to be a Front-End Web Developer. Aslo, you don't need to assume that just because my profile photo is of Lady Gaga and my user name is xLittleMonster, that I'm a female because I'm not. And no, there are way too many of you. The world would be better with less bitches bitching.
Asked By: Little Monster - 12/13/2011
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Are you interested in design or code? The days of the jack-of-all-trade web guru are gone. When you apply for jobs you'll typically be applying as a designer or a developer unless it's for a small company, where they might expect you to do everything. But small companies don't really expose you as much to major trends... More
Answered By: BLS - 12/13/2011
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Yeah, it's Computer Science. And yes, it has A LOT of Math in it, and other subjects that depend on Math or related to it; like algorithms, physics...etc.
Answered By: Muffins aren't ugly cupcakes! - 12/13/2011
Software Engineering Technology — NOT Computer Science.
Answered By: PE2008 - 12/13/2011
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