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Studying outstanding engineering for the rest


LittleNicky

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I will not recommend you what to do, I can only attest to what I did as you do. I also like programming and practical implementation of what I am learning. I studied computer engineering in Hebrew after two years of math studies. I just got tired of it and not because I was depressed. I had a pretty high average in the maths of Anify and his friends, but I felt I was wasting my time there and it did not contribute anything to me so I just left school and joined the army. Should I go back to school and I did not come back. What I did was looking for work in the field I found work at home software as an IT person after a year they realized that I know how to develop and in a variety of languages ​​java, c #, c, python, ruby, php, go, lua. I do not tell you that you will do the path I did, which was mostly a lot of luck at the right time but in my opinion the title is not everything and in my opinion it is for those who do not know how to study clothing

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