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As a tutor of CS students, I read a few automation text books and do some programming in it. I think automation is good for society in two areas: productivity and equity.
23 minutes ago
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I'm not responding to a "point" I'm acknowledging that you don't deserve any easier of a time than self-taught developers and therefore your complaints of difficulty finding a job don't make sense. Go learn shit relevant to the type of software you want to make, not this generalized CS minor nonsense. That's the only path and that SHOULD be the only path. Your retard is showing when you use empirical evidence of your current job being easy to say all SWE is easy All of the best engineers in software have at some point or another done way more learning on their own than that which is fed to them, that's the name of the game, and that's why people don't hire you without experience, because there is no proof you can learn on your own. To satisfy your own cognitive constraints, I'll directly address your "point". "It’s hard for inexperienced software engineers to land jobs these days." 1. "Inexperienced software engineers" might as well be an oxymoron. You aren't an engineer unless you have experience (I'm looking at you academia) 2. Gaining experience in software engineering is easier than any other field, as you can do this completely without employment. It sounds like you don't want to acknowledge you have taken a harder path than necessary and are avoiding gaining experience on your own either because you view it as unnecessary or you are just lazy, or just spiteful
about 6 hours ago
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Thanks for making my point for me. What did I say? It’s hard for inexperienced software engineers to land jobs these days. What did you say? That my degree, which is the only thing an inexperienced software engineer has, has zero value. Case closed. What *you* are putting on display is sheer, unadulterated stupidity. To think that an applied math graduate has to be “taught everything from the ground up” shows a massive lack of touch with an applied math curriculum. Also, I had a CS minor with all the basic class requirements fulfilled, and personal projects. I’m running circles around my team, doing their sprint stories for them using only 20% of my brainpower. So, thanks for “teaching me everything from the ground up.” Idk when you ever did that, I pretty much was thrown into the work with no guidance but hey thanks anyway. This shit is hilarious… If you’re a software engineer, you have to at least admit that *most* software engineers have a job that a 13 year old with an inquisitive mind can do. Seriously, pay us less. I’m working at a pretty-well known tech company and I can already tell that this shit is not worth it, I’d much rather have stayed in academia. Which, I would have done if it wasn’t underpaid. Allocate the money you were gonna pay to your SWE’s for making another pointless app, or an internal tool nobody is ever gonna use and fund research at universities. As for TC, not that I care much about maximizing it, but we’ll see about that. I don’t even know what it stands for honestly, Total Compensation?
about 7 hours ago
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Already going for CS. Unfortunately, two chem classes are prerequisites. We'll see how things go. Cheers
2 days ago
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If you do well in math usually, don't let chemistry discourage you, it's crap. Go for math or physics/engineering, or CS or whatever, you'll do well if you have the math skills. Like I said I came close to failing chemistry in college, and now I'm a pure math undergrad, going for a master's. Cheers
2 days ago
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DIA is like -10% from ATH trading at 30x with the worst CS print in history going directly into a recession With sars2 reinfections worse each time and we can't even fly planes because the pilots are too sick And you think this shit is a *deal*? You're a fucking idiot.
2 days ago
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Why u getting a cs degree if u just buying FDs?
3 days ago
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I’ll be interested to see how these next several months turn out for CS people and devs
3 days ago
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Ps or Cs?
3 days ago
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Fuk you theta, my Cs and Ps are both loosing money.
3 days ago
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