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Attn: IT professionals. I'm considering switching my schooling from a 4 year computer science to an 18 month certificate. Reasons: I can build on one are of expertise later, better job sooner, less debt. Thoughts? Suggestions? Input on which areas of IT have better job options, are more versatile, are more lucrative?
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depends on what you want to be doing. a CS degree if you want to be a programmer would not be the best investment if you specifically want to be getting a degree. get a degree in something else (math, for example) but learn how to program using the plethora of materials online, and then build software in the real world and get a job using that combination of things. i dont know much about certificates relating to programming, but ive also never seen them in any of our applicants. a CS degree is no more worthy to me than some other degree, as im looking for people who can solve problems using technology—i didnt learn a whole lot of that via my degree.

if you wanted to do more IT-focused stuff like being a DBA or networking i think certificates on specific technologies are useful and often required. like if you want to work in networking, get various cisco certifications
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went to get coffee from one of the community pots and the shit was full of ice cold coffee from last week. i didn't notice because my cup never gets hot when coffee is in it so i took a big chug. thanks, monday
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Originally posted by: brian.

depends on what you want to be doing. a CS degree if you want to be a programmer would not be the best investment if you specifically want to be getting a degree. get a degree in something else (math, for example) but learn how to program using the plethora of materials online, and then build software in the real world and get a job using that combination of things. i dont know much about certificates relating to programming, but ive also never seen them in any of our applicants. a CS degree is no more worthy to me than some other degree, as im looking for people who can solve problems using technology—i didnt learn a whole lot of that via my degree.

if you wanted to do more IT-focused stuff like being a DBA or networking i think certificates on specific technologies are useful and often required. like if you want to work in networking, get various cisco certifications



Thank you. This was very helpful.
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October 30 2017 10:49 AM   QuickQuote Quote  
Originally posted by: Wiseacre

Attn: IT professionals. I'm considering switching my schooling from a 4 year computer science to an 18 month certificate. Reasons: I can build on one are of expertise later, better job sooner, less debt. Thoughts? Suggestions? Input on which areas of IT have better job options, are more versatile, are more lucrative?



Coming from a perspective of not having gone to college:

Honestly, in my neck IT (which is also brian's, essentially), if you interview well and know your stuff that is more important to some of the hiring managers than a degree, so if you knew your shit and also had a certification, that would probably suffice to at least get an entry-level job, then you would be able to work your way up. I barely ever even read the education history of a resume, I always went straight for the skills we were looking for in their experience history, which languages/etc. If they matched what we needed, I'd then interview them based on the skills they had that matched what we needed, then measured their ability to answer questions analytically and presented logical problems we run into on a regular basis and would see how they would deal with that. I actually created a section at the top of my resume specifically for listing the languages and frameworks to save people the time of having to scan through my work experience.
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write a program that deletes bots once they've changed the holiday they're here to spam us for

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free thanksgiving images

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I really want free thanksgiving images, why would you delete such a useful bot?
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how can you trust thanksgiving images provided by a halloween images bot? would you really go that far?
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football is trash but the eagles baseball-related celebrations are great:

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