What is your degree in/what are you studying?
Economics with a heavy emphasis on statistics and econometrics. Occasional AI, deep learning and neural network threads here have inspired me to eventually pursue them as statistical applications but that'll take a while because I only know statistical programming with R and the like.
avoiding being tied down to the american dream is not retarded, anon.
work all day so you can support your stay at home wife who will divorce you and take your kids with her, as well as half of everything you own now and continue doing so with child support. sounds fun.
Better not reproduce you white devil the woman will take everything and more!!!
>not in education, employment or training
You should have checked google first.
>Should've worked harder for a PhD
You know, I think it would be easier for me to get accepted to a PhD program than getting a full time job.
Not him, but the difference in size does not justify the expense.
The same can be said of a number of big fast food franchise products. The fizzy drinks, especially. Most of the time, the amount of syrup stays the same, and more water or ice is added.
>final year ITNA
>many friends/family in IT field
I live in a low cost of living state where a lot of tech companies are moving in.
Microsoft, Google, recently Facebook now all have data centers here.
Only thing I'm worried about is how to I'm going to blow all my money when I get a job.
Pharmaceutical Medicine. I gratuated this year actually (:
You see, I have a friend who's unsure what to study. For a long time he said he'll study pharmaceutical medicine but now he has changed his mind. Worried that computers will replace him after he graduates and he'll be useless.
No shit. It's the only way to get any serious performance boosts these days. We've hit a limit on how high we can ramp up the clock speed without reaching temperatures as hot as a fucking nuclear reactor, so we have to convert our increasingly smaller transistors into more CPU cores. Which of course means everyone has to learn new algorithms.
tfw only one here working for cyber security degree and certs. Second year in at CC and hoping to get a help desk job for experience at the end of the year. Any advice from anyone actually getting a /g/ related degree?
>no qt3.14 tech gf
Mechanical engineering, doing a minor in electrical engineering and math (latter only takes 6 more credit hours).
I considered a CS minor, but it effectively requires more credit hours than officially claimed, and even more if I wanted to take more than a very narrow range of courses. The job market looks really bright for it if my friend at RIT is any guide, though.
MSc horticulture plus a BSc in landscape architecture
come a me fgts
Freshman majoring in CS, minoring in Math because I the only other class I'd need to take that isn't required in the CS route is Calculus 3.
I'm surprised how many Math majors there are.
My undergrad was BIT (graduated just last month), giving the master's program a try. The degree is MSCIS, Master's of Science in Computer and Information Sciences.
If I fail no biggie, still got a degree. If I happen to graduate, woo, extra degree!
>I'm horrible at math
Even if this is the case *now*, it's not because you're inherently bad at math. It's because you lack training and practice.
It's like lifting for the mind, you don't go all in.
You go gradually, you feel you're not progressing, and after a year you look back and realise how far you've come.
Our daddies told us not to be ashamed of our dicks