It's a damn shame that articles like this have to be written. Computer Science should be a graduation requirement or, at the very least, count toward high school graduation math or science requirements.
Unfortunately, according to code.org, 9 out of 10 schools dont even offer computer programming classes.
No MP3s tonight because Windows will not re-install. I'm not sure why, not having a degree in computer science. I do know that I now have an expensive doorstop on my hands until I can clear a day and sit down and try to earn that degree in computer science by figuring out how to uninstall Ubuntu...
I want to work in Networking, like as a Network Technician or Admin, etc. If i decide to f*ck trade school or private university for BS in Information Systems, and i instead go to a normal, public State college to get a BS in Computer Science, will i be able to work in Networking and IT?
Hello fellow XDA'ers! I'm trying to choose a major for college, and I think I've limited it down to two: Computer Science or Computer Engineering (Some schools call it Electrical and Computer Engineering). I think I know the difference, but I can't determine which would be the best.
Written by: Peter Dinham | Published in: ScienceA new approach to science education, involving the establishment of a new university-based science organisation, will use the National Broadband Network (NBN) to facilitate the engagement of high school students across the country in emerging fields such as nanotechnology, astrophysics and pharmaceuticals.
Imagine being a high school freshman walking down the halls of your new school on the very first day. You somehow make it to first period without becoming epically lost in the unfamiliar halls. Finally, the bell rings, signaling that you[he]#039[/he]ve officially made it through your first high school class.