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Want to Learn .NET Programming - Is Acryo or John Bryce?


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So the only way to be a programmer in our country is to be a kind of Einstein with a degree in computer science or software engineering from a university that probably requires 700 + psychometric and average matriculation exams of 110 +?

Otherwise impossible to be a programmer in this country? (And I put aside the "special people" you describe as not having a degree)

Is that what you're saying?

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The only way to get a position in a field where saturation is enormous is to be more attractive than the other candidates. You do not have to be an Einstein or an optional degree at the Technion, you just have to get to the interviews and go through them. This is the first obstacle, to present a CV to a recruiter or a team leader or whatever and to reach an interview, and a professional course is not the most popular in the eyes of people who read the resume, not because of what you know, not because of your talent, Those of the others.

Now let's say you got to the interview. Assuming you're an average person, what advantage do you have, a graduate of the acrobatic, who was codified for a year, compared to adults?

What I'm trying to say is not that you can not be a programmer, but that these courses are a bluff, they are not saving you a job, they're not a 3 advantage and you pay for 20 a thousand, they do not give you more practical knowledge, they're a commercial product provided by a body that sells courses. Such courses do not necessarily provide more practical knowledge and experience than what is free outside. If you're really serious, you'd better spend your money and time wisely. Decide to be honest with yourself if you really need a course to acquire knowledge as opposed to let's say books, free online lectures and forums like the OverPlack Stack and the like.

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I do not underestimate what you say, on the contrary, appreciate the help. The point is, I did a lot of thinking and on the one hand I wanted to be a programmer, but I definitely reject the degree of computer science.

I have gone through a great deal of study and experimentation and I know decisively that a. At the moment I can not get anywhere for a degree in Computer Science (except the Open), and B. Even if I tear my ass for six months - a year, I will fail miserably in this title.

I and math are not good friends, enemies of birth, hate each other's hatred of death, so I know it would be even more waste of 3 years and 30 thousand shekels, than a waste of a year and a half and 20 thousand shekels.

So this discussion opens, because if it's not a course, then it's for me to give up the dream of being a programmer and looking for another direction in life. Because a degree in computer science I am not able to unequivocally and it will be even more waste.

(No, I do not give up in advance, I do not underestimate myself or things like that, I'm very self-conscious and what I am capable of and what I can, and computer science is well beyond what I am capable of).

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Listen, math is an inseparable part of working as a developer.

It is that you deceived the degree in computer science because you are "worse in mathematics" and may also cast on your success and interest in the field.

Linear algebra, trigonometry, combinatorics, infinities, etc. are constantly present and must at least be understood.

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Listen, math is an inseparable part of working as a developer.

It is that you deceived the degree in computer science because you are "worse in mathematics" and may also cast on your success and interest in the field.

Linear algebra, trigonometry, combinatorics, infinities, etc. are constantly present and must at least be understood.

There is no connection between the fact that I was deceived by a degree in computer science because of my mathematical ability, and my investment (seemingly) in a programming course.

I still do not understand why in every place of "jobs" to be programmed in a Dotnet environment or in general in C #, there is not one place that really requires and at all mentions a title.

And yet here everyone says with one mouth that it's on a fence.

Something really does not work out for me.

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I'm not here either. : hi:

I did not get a degree

After a period of experience (in my case 3 years) is not really a mandatory degree to find a job.

I also have a dream one day to do a degree in computer science, currently lacking in motivation to commit to three days a week to 4 the next few years ...

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There is no escaping described in computer science with you want to work as a programmer.

Partly because the mathematical part of the degree is critical to the continuation.

But mainly because of the simple reason that many large companies in the economy want to meet certain standards, which require that all employees engaged in development have academic education.

Do yourself a favor and save the money and do not do these ridiculous courses,

They do not teach you anything relevant there and develop you expectations as these are how you will get a job.

In the positive case you may find a basic QA job that will not use a tenth of what you learned there (or that you do not have any prerequisites)

In the negative case you will not find anything.

Listen carefully to what they wrote here before, if you want to be a net program you will have to do a degree (also possible at the college by the way).

The right way to enter the field today is to look for a basic job in QA or IT (preferably not through a contractor) to get experience.

And then start studying at the beginning or in evening classes in order to receive the degree.

This way you also get a job that will serve as a springboard for you, as well as an experience that is critical in the field today.

Another way is to start studying at an institution that is acceptable to keep two years on a high average and try to be accepted for a student position in a company like Or Microsopot or Elbit.

In my opinion, this is a much more difficult way.

I personally and some of the staff who work with me all of us started the degree after we found work in the field.

Do not get me wrong, it's not going to be easy and you'll need a lot of luck to find a slave that will not make you want to die of boredom.

But if you really want to enter a field that is very saturated it's the right way.

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Maybe you should try at least some introductory course and then maybe linear or open-ended or college. Maybe you can handle it? It is also much easier to find a job as a student than an adult or an uneducated college graduate so there is also this advantage. And there are other degrees that are equally valuable in terms of employment and are much .... much easier than mathematical computer sciences like information systems engineering (although it is 4 years).

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At least he has a talent for oxymorons ...

There is no connection between the fact that I was deceived by a degree in computer science because of my mathematical ability, and my investment (seemingly) in a programming course.

I still do not understand why in every place of "jobs" to be programmed in a Dotnet environment or in general in C #, there is not one place that really requires and at all mentions a title.

And yet here everyone says with one mouth that it's on a fence.

Something really does not work out for me.

The fact that not asking for a degree (which is not true in most cases) does not mean that they do not expect you to have the relevant knowledge.

Some people study the material of the title alone. Some people have tried programming (usually called low tech) and then completed the

The mathematical knowledge they lacked.

Do you want to be a software developer or code writer?

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