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So let me get this straight...she's majoring in something she doesn't like? That's not a wise thing to do.
India is a culture where people have no idea what coding is. Only some of us were curious enough to learn about coding culture.
If there is no one who tells her what coding is then she won't know it.
Plus she is a girl and believe me females in india don't generally get to choose their career.
I am ashamed of this situation but that's the truth.
Try showing her some stuff she can do with arduinos. For example, if she has a lot of books, she may want to try and make a little Ferris wheel that sorts them into sepparate categories.
lukegv6439dComputer science != Coding
ceee22269d@vidu oh yes i am aware of this situation. Being from "THE" all women engineering University I am well aware.
I've seen this a lot,even students in senior year , who graduate with a degree but not a lot of skills.
Is she inclined towards govt sector (you know what I am hinting at ...😅 ). I have seen most people who are "more likely to get a govt job" are less interested in coding.
Now coming to your question...what inspired me...
I was an engineering aspirant,who studied biology in 12th for fun, because I wasn't much aware of CS,but I shared the classroom with CS students,so their stuff intrigued me,that's the start.
What motivates me to code?
It'll get me a goddamn job,better than the one I might get ,if I don't code.
And it's not boring, more practical work ,less cramming. And less writing.
I can do whatever I want.
It's cool, making a computer follow instructions.
What other options I have,other than coding? (not many...none)
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