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Officially graduated with a bachelors in computer science.

YYEEESSS!!!!

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  • 6
    Well done! 😊😊😊
  • 9
    @mortanius thanks! Now to catch up on personal projects and sleep.
  • 9
    Congrats!
  • 6
    Your real life begins now.
    Welcome to the real world :-)
    And congratulations.
  • 5
    Welcome to the awesome joys of suffering years and years inside a debugger.
  • 2
    Gratz!!!
  • 2
    Congratulations!
  • 2
    @nytrobound not yet. I'm so burnt out from the last two years, I don't think I could. Haha
    Maybe later!
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    Thanks all!
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    @ClemFrieckie maybe master now tho
  • 2
    Congratulations!
  • 3
    *legend of Zelda obtain item sound* well done!
  • 1
    New achievement unlocked
  • 6
    Congratulations!
  • 1
    @soolkiki enjoy the rest and good luck with the job hunt! :)
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    @Dav13 this is honestly the best part. No more 3am escapades in the lab!
  • 1
    Congrats!
  • 3
    Congratulations!! I have one more month to go!
  • 2
    @papillon Welcome to devRant, Butterfly!
  • 1
    @papillon you've got this!
  • 1
    Congratulations! Was it hard? Lots of math? I am a senior in HS and will be a freshman next year and plan to study in Computer Science
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    @String it was easily one of the hardest and most rewarding things I've ever done. So many sleepless nights. Haha
    But it depends. My program was very theoretical. You have your usual data structures and algorithms classes, but you also have operating system theory, networking, A.I., I mean, this thing covered a lot. We programmed a lot, but this was not just a software engineering program.
    It's different from school to school, so you'll have to see what they offer.

    But yes, lots of math. Haha

    (Unless you get a Bachelors of Arts like me!)
  • 0
    @soolkiki bachelor's of arts?
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    @String long story, but the simple version is that you can take fewer math and science courses (potentially) and take a minor with it instead. So if you wanted to focus on business, math, science, psychology, whatever alongside your CS courses, you could!
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    @soolkiki okay, Thank you for explanation, I ask because my math skills are terrible
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    Congrats!
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    @TilkiBey thank you! :)
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