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Hate my fucking ‘Logic’ class. Teaching us if, or, and, etc statements and when something is true or false so far. Fair enough, part of logic. But fucking 6 classes on the same topic, isn’t helpful. Especially since it feels like the same shit I learnt myself when I was 13 and a junior in High School.

People are all surprised at it, even the Computer Science majors. This shouldn’t be a shock to you on how these statements work if you’ve coded for a few minutes in the University. You should’ve learnt it in your first programming class.

Ugh, just how I feel about this class. Have to take it to get my degree, otherwise I would’ve dropped it by now >.> Waste of time and money for me.

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  • 3
    6 classes, jesus *McGregor voice* that's alot of fookin classes for just that
  • 1
    Think I should clarify, 6 classes meaning, 6 lessons of 2 hours per just for the basics of if, else, end, whatever I said lol
  • 0
    @VenomDev what language?
  • 1
    @Holyfield3000 It’s not even a coding language, it’s just the general logic of coding in English (Philosophy, but for computer science as they say)
  • 1
    @VenomDev "Go to college" they said 😂😂😂
  • 3
    And then they ask you to prove Gödel's Incompleteness Theorems in the exams, eh
    Yeah, it's pretty messed up.
  • 0
    You were a junior at 13?
  • 1
    @Orni One year off thinking about it, I was 14, soon to be turning 15, think like mid way through the year.

    The 13 year part was primary when I started programming, and the type of stuff they’re teaching now I already know.
  • 1
    The whole degree is a waste of money really...
    I won't go so far as to say don't get one since a lot of employers ask for one but don't expect to gain any real world skills from it.

    I learned by myself while doing my degree. There are a lot of resources around like udemy, sololearn, etc but a simple Google search helps a lot too ;)

    Check this article out if you need some help deciding what to learn (not mine!): https://medium.com/sololearn/...

    Short version of advice: Pick what excites you more, learn it!
  • 0
    @Rick-C137 I sort of agree, but I do see your point. I was sort of pressured into the degree, but after reviewing the requirements it does seem like a lot of useless classes for me personally, I do see a few that do have value, or atleast I hope.

    In reality I take the courses, but whenever I have time, I prefer working on what I actually enjoy.

    I can understand why they have the courses, but they expect you to know nothing and that’s how the degree is designed. You can’t even challenge it, or atleast so far for me at my University I can’t challenge it to get out of the boring classes that I already know most of, only reason I say most of is due to the fact they have terms that I may not know fully know, but understand the concept.
  • 0
    @VenomDev
    I can relate to that.
    I'm also studying a part about logics in Discrete mathematics course where we are supposed to be getting good in building logics.
    We have statements which are true or false and then we have to translate it reverse translate them.
    When the instructor introduced us to the course by saying it'll help improve your logic i was happy.
    Now in every lecture I'm saying FML.
    I feel like I'll lose sense or brain logic for ever.
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