Tuesday, 27 May 2014

Do programmers still need a computer science degree?

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Do programmers still need a computer science degree to land a great job?

Degree or no, demand for coding talent continues to make it easier for hopeful programmers seeking a job. However, landing the gig might not be the biggest challenge for those on non-traditional paths.

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