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#ActualPromit

Posted 07 September 2013 - 12:21 PM

Personally I think people who haven't been through a computer science program have no business judging what someone else may or may not get out of it. That's not to say it's always useful, but computer science is a far bigger (and far different) world from "this is how you program". If anything, one of the biggest perceived problems with computer science education is it doesn't cover programming much at all. They tend to focus heavily on theoretical underpinnings. That can be good or bad.


#1Promit

Posted 07 September 2013 - 12:20 PM

Personally I don't think people who haven't been through a computer science program have no business judging what someone else may or may not get out of it. That's not to say it's always useful, but computer science is a far bigger (and far different) world from "this is how you program". If anything, one of the biggest perceived problems with computer science education is it doesn't cover programming much at all. They tend to focus heavily on theoretical underpinnings. That can be good or bad.


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