I just finished my first semester of computer science and have average grades so far. Was wondering what is typically considered a good gpa for cs.
I am currently a psych major, but I'm very interested in computers in my free time. I'm a gamer and I've always really wanted to experiment with creation in Unity. My understanding is that AutoDesk Maya offers a 3-year free trial for students, and that it can be used to create .obj files or animatio
I'm studying computer science and I would like to know what it is like working in a big company like Google or Microsoft? How do you report to the team, it is a good environment?
Those that are looking to go into one of these fields should know the difference. I went to UIUC for an event called SAIL for computer science and wondered if computer engineering was the same.
How do you reply to a interview question that is best answered if you have prior experience? (First job interview)
I have a upcoming Lenovo internship and I am currently preparing for the interview.
I am interested in learning languages and could take a coding class if necessary. I want to know if the above companies can use someone who is interested in languages and if they have internship opportunities. I can speak Turkish and am working on learning sign language.
I am turning 30 this year and life has not been exactly how I want it to be. I have a bachelors degree of applied science in Electronics Engineering from DeVry University but I graduated in 2009 I haven't had any type of tech Jobs. except one. and i feel that that job wasn't very technical sense qua
I'm interested in multiple careers paths and I can't decide on which one I should do
I'm currently a Biology, Wildlife&Conservation Science, and Film major. Should I switch to engineering, computers, or something along those lines?
I'm currently a Biology, Wildlife&Conservation Science, and Film major. I'm mildly regretting not majoring in computer science, engineering, or something along those lines, but I'm already a junior. I'm performing poorly in my classes lately...I'm a smart person, I've just been unmotivated and b
I am going to college this year in India ... I am going to take engineering (mostly computer science) as my major ... I currently don't have any exposure to what engineering is and what do they actually do in MNCs'
Someone told me that grad school is mainly for research so now I am thinking whether grad school is necessary for me since I'm not planning to do research.
My dream occupation is to work as a Data Scientist. I'm soon going to be completing my first semester as a physics student, as part of an incredibly prestigious physics program. We get to run an experiment at CERN in our third year! Thing is, I'm not really interested in working as a physicist. Shou
I'm interested in doing Cyber Security in the future but I don't know how to prepare for it. I'm still in high school and I am taking computer programming related courses like CSAP.
I am a college student, declared in the electrical engineering major. I don't have a 3.0 at the moment but I would like to work in a field specific to my major and skills that I have acquired. Do you have any suggestions what kind of companies or places hire students with a GPA around 2.5? Thank you
I ask this because I am a electrical engineering major and I don't have a 3.0 GPA, which seems to be the threshold for most companies looking to hire college students. I would like to apply for most companies but I do not meet this requirement. I want to note that I usually don't meet this requireme
I am planning on forwarding my education into getting a degree at Radford University, so I was wondering what they would require in terms of classes and certifications.
If school does not offer computer science as a subject to study at A-Level, what are the best subjects to study in preparation for a computer science degree?
Studying computer science, 95% of the students are male and it isn't rare to be talked down to by male students on the occasion. I was wondering how it is in the workplace if it is mainly a male environment?
Is taking a year out of university/college to gain a year of experience in industry really necessary?
Obviously gaining industry experience before graduating is great but how important would you rate it? Would it strongly differentiate between two potential candidates? How valued for a graduate job would it be? Even if the experience isn't completely relevant to the job. Are graduates looked down up
I'm a sophomore in college, and I attended a career fair a few days ago. I talked to a lot of recruiters and many of them gave me their business cards so I could keep in touch in them or ask them any questions. I'm not sure how I would follow up with them, or what I should say, and I would love to h
Will a TI-84 or similar graphing calculator ever come in handy in software development, or will I only ever need it for school?
I'm curious whether it would make more sense to sell my TI-84 when I'm done with the math classes for my degree, or to hold onto it.
I'm a beginner at programming and would like to know some resources that would hopefully help me practice some programming skills that I will be learning in my comp sci classes.
I'll be starting my first CS class this coming semester and I'm just wondering if I would be fine in the class without any prior programming experience.
I'm currently interested in majoring in both of them and am wondering how I would be able to mix the two of them.
I struggle trying to create simple algorithms. For instance, I would spend almost an entire day trying to figure out how to print an inverse right triangle with asterisks in my computer programming class while my fellow peers would solve it in 30 mins.
Really interested to experience CS in another country to see how different or similar it is from the US
Thought it would be nice to study another subject along with my major
What are some ways of getting experience in Computer Science (an internship) before college without having prior knowledge on how to code and other sorts of knowledge relevant in the field?
I'm currently in 12th grade and looking for internships but a majority require some knowledge and usually require you to already have a Bachelors. I'm trying to get experience before I enter college and is hard to do so I'll have a better understanding as I take the Computer Science course.
I want to know what kind of jobs are competitive in this field.