Re: Programming in IT industry
CptPicard, suddenly i find it to be a nice thing that the work we do at my (education at my) university mainly consists of work in a 3-7 man group, where we will decide on a problem or vision we wish to work with, and then spend the semester trying to make that become reality. A good deal of the projects from third semester and on are done in cooperation with a business or public institution such as a school or a library, to develop anything from an computer vision based art system for a library, to a device that will help the 1 graders learn math or spelling. It can be everything and anything really.
I guess getting a student job will be a good thing though.
why is that?
And "C++" says basically nothing
I've tried Java, very little python, and a little C sharp, and then i've been learning C++, and i must say, of these C++ is by far my favourite. I guess the only thing thats really dislikeable about it (IMO) other than its not really cross platform, would be using new classes, because doing so means reading so much documentation and having to use time doing a few experiments to see exactly how the stuff practically works. but i guess i only dislike that out of laziness.
"...It takes a special kind of incompetence to not be able to make a browser that you coded for an OS that you coded not work across all of your OS versions." - Camfered Edge, on theverge, said in regards to microsofts criticism of google updates