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From: firstname.lastname@example.org (Nico Coesel)
Subject: Re: Career in computer science
Date: Mon, 28 Oct 2002 19:42:31 GMT
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email@example.com (john jardine) wrote:
>firstname.lastname@example.org (Deanna) wrote in message news:...
>> I am currently going to North Central Texas College in Corinth, Texas,
>> for my associates of applied science in computer information and
>> technology. I am planning on pursuing a career in computer science,
>> but am unsure which avenue to take-hardware, software, or web design.
>> I love them all! Can I get some advice?
>Avoid the hardware!. Intellectually the most rewarding but you'll
>spend the rest of your life in pi**ing contests with employers and
>With software, you'll have the luxury of being able to waffle your way
>through to well paid jobs with no one ever questioning your ability.
And have stress? No way! As a hardware designer I have loads of time
to geek around with VHDL (and so) to cook a working Xilinx. The
software boys get all the stress to make the deadline when they have
to integrate the design into a product :-)))
It does get nasty when I have to write the software to integrate my
own design (like in my current project).
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