Where would i start if i wanted to be a software engineer?
Im 15 and im great with computers and i really want a good paying job while being able to work with computers i heard a software engineer is a good job Im starting now to learn python and other programming languages but i dont know where i can even start if i wanted to become one. Im not good with math but im slowly teaching myself and getting better and better. so my main question is what can i do to prepare myself in the programming world? and when i am out of highschool what should i do in college and then on?
Asked By: EAslugger - 12/11/2012
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Answered By: Jerry - 12/14/2012
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Okay, hi, I am a Software Engineer at Korbitec in South Africa. I get paid very well (just the tax in SA that bugs me). leave Python please. Download Visual Studio 2012 http://www.microsoft.com/visualstudio/eng/downloads Then download C# for dummies. Learn as far as you can... More
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