Are there any industry metrics that indicate what percentage of
full-time software developers actually learned coding in a university
setting? I actually learned in high-school, focused on business
administration in college (easiest major on the planet) and
learned/matured on the job. Likewise, I also am surrounded by many folks
who have been in IT for say 30 or so years that learned coding from
those infomercial type schools you see on TV late at night. So, the
question of whether trade schools should teach secure coding should be
asked as well.
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