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I would like to know what specific skills involving programming, computer science, and general technology I should have jotted down for my resume regarding robotics or general engineering.
I'm pursuing a career in electrical engineering and want to know the work environment they're in.
What does college tuition cover specifically? Is it a certain amount of credits or classes?
What degree do you have to have to become an engineer?
I'm looking for an engineering field that isn't completely a desk job. Aerospace, electrical, mechanical, and industrial engineering stand out to me. I'd appreciate any insights into the type of work each field has and how they compare.
I am a disabled veteran going into Biological Anthropology, and I plan to be involved in academia for a while. I have heard people talking about how much pressure grad students and untenured professors are under to perform. My main concern is that my disabilities (which are mostly invisible but...
As I am learning about some of the coding languages such as python and Java script, I am wondering which one is most commonly used when working in computer science. What do current companies/ software engineers use to create programs?
What are the requirements to become a good programmer ?
Are there any skills that you must have if you want to become a software engineer?
How could I convince my family to let me go to college, because they think it’s expensive?
What are some ways I can seek experience in CS in college? I know a lot of companies highly recommend prior CS experience even for internships, so how should I build my portfolio?
I'm currently a high school senior, looking to pursue CS.