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    Choosing School


    Well, I am a physicist and mathematician by education, but I fell in love with computers and programming at an early age (1973). I learned programming by example or from some books, but then I took the courses to learn the "fine points" of each language. And after a while, I went back and got a second bachelor's degree in Information Technology.

    I also found that there were a lot of things I could automate, and once the data were in a database, there was a great deal of analysis readily available which was not easily available when the data were on pieces of paper.

    I also am a firm believer that you should listen to your heart, and go with it.

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    Re: Choosing School

    Quote Originally Posted by celticgeek
    Well, I am a physicist and mathematician by education, but I fell in love with computers and programming at an early age (1973). I learned programming by example or from some books, but then I took the courses to learn the "fine points" of each language. And after a while, I went back and got a second bachelor's degree in Information Technology.

    I also found that there were a lot of things I could automate, and once the data were in a database, there was a great deal of analysis readily available which was not easily available when the data were on pieces of paper.

    I also am a firm believer that you should listen to your heart, and go with it.
    cool I really agree with you and that's I want to get a computer school

    to continue my study
    \"hackers build, crackers break them \"

    ES Raymond

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    Quote Originally Posted by techieMoe
    Programming, for instance, relies mostly on critical thinking and logic skills.
    Hmmm. I made a 4.0 in Logic in college. Maybe I should take up programming...
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