On Wednesday, 29 November 2017 at 10:47:31 UTC, aberba wrote:
to death learning these stuff in lectures. I learnt them beyond
the syllables years back on my own at a much quicker pase.
CS isnt about the languages themselves, that is trivial.
Basically covered in the first or second semester.
You become experienced and skilled when you're passionate about
Sure, imperative languages are all mostly the same, and easy to
learn once you know the basics (C++ being an exception).
Learning frameworks takes time, but there are too many frameworks
for anyone to master, and they are quickly outdated.
So the only knowledgebase that isnt getting outdated are the
models from CS.