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What kind of things should I expect to be doing when entering the computer science field of work?

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Mickael’s Answer

Hi Brennen,

Usually, young graduates are assigned easy defects to fix or tasks to implement so they can get familiar with the product they are working on, still having a positive impact on the product without introducing risks. There is also a big deal of reading documents about the product you will be working on.
The thing with development is that you have to practice. So we will keep you practicing whatever the field you are on.
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Soh-Ling’s Answer

There are vast variety of jobs related to computer science, it is hard to be specific on what you will be expected to do.
Nevertheless, despite the technical skills, in my view, it is important to demonstrate good soft skills and work ethics in professional work environment.

All the best!
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Dhanabal’s Answer

Welcome to the computer world!

Lot of technologies evolve every day , so underlying basic of everything is strong analytical skill and understanding of algorithms and data structure for programming well designed software ..

Other than that any programming language has it is own benifit and you will come to know when to use what and where!

Get basics stronger!
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Varina’s Answer

Hi Brennen -- The great thing about computer science is the many options you have. I consider computer science truly a foundational degree. You can be a developer (and this is across a wide spectrum, from apps/software, to embedded systems, to firmware etc etc), a test engineer, a performance engineer, an educator, and so on. I recommend doing a little research on the various sub-disciplines in computer science to see what appeals specifically to you, and then you can look at available jobs in that genre.
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