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### #Actuallmbarns

Posted 15 June 2012 - 11:49 AM

Thanks guys. I don't know a single person who works in CS or even IT.

@ spiro, thanks for the example of your coworker. I guess if I have 7/10 of the requirements for an opening I should give it a shot.

as for 2) I really mean bottom of the barrel, I'll work for minimum wage, my spouse makes just under 6 figures and I don't consume much. If I make half as much as her behind a computer in 3-5 years I'd be ecstatic. My last and longest term job was $19/hr for a general contractor. @turch yea I've noticed the concepts transfer nicely and looking at c++ posted on this forum I can follow it but haven't read anything about memory allocation/management and bitwise operations. Even in Javascript I read about bitwise stuff but I wasn't sure the point. Java and C# seem very similar. I know a lot of jobs don't let you post workplace code in forums, but I assume they let you use documentation as much as you need? ### #1lmbarns Posted 15 June 2012 - 11:43 AM Thanks guys. I don't know a single person who works in CS or even IT. @ spiro, thanks for the example of your coworker. I guess if I have 7/10 of the requirements for an opening I should give it a shot. as for 2) I really mean bottom of the barrel, I'll work for minimum wage, my spouse makes just under 6 figures and I don't consume much. If I make half as much as her behind a computer in 3-5 years I'd be ecstatic. My last and longest term job was$19/hr for a general contractor.

@turch yea I've noticed the concepts transfer nicely and looking at c++ posted on this forum I can follow it but am clueless to the memory allocation/management and bitwise operations. Even in Javascript you can do bitwise stuff but I wasn't sure the point. Java and C# seem very similar.

I know a lot of jobs don't let you post workplace code in forums, but I assume they let you use documentation as much as you need?

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