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active Oct 26 '16 at 00:47

What are the pros and cons to becoming a hardware or software computer engineer and how do you figure out which one fits you?

I want to go into computer engineering. I know general differences between hardware and software but I would like to hear from people who work on both. Is one easier than the other? Is one more active than the other? How did you decide which you wanted to focus on? Thanks for the help.

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active Nov 11 '16 at 19:34

If I go on a study abroad to China, can I still qualify for a security clearance so that I can work for a defense contractor?

I am eligible for a really good scholarship. It requires you to go on a study abroad program to China for 3 weeks. Will this disqualify me for a security clearance? I have heard good things about being a computer engineer for a defense contractor. Does anyone have advice on whether it is better

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active Jun 06 '16 at 16:49

Knowing that computer science careers are male dominant, what are women's intake on their work experience working with mostly men and did they ever have to omit an idea for a project because they felt intimidated by men in their group?

I was educated with the facts that the computer science population consists of 80% male. It may seem like a blessing to be one of the 20% of women to make a change and have a voice in the technology field, but to other women, it may seem a bit intimidating. What are some of your personal intakes?

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