17 Jul Computer Science Degree Vs Self Taught Paths | Computer Science Major College
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Are you still deciding between attending a Computer Science degree or going the self taught path?
On this video, I share my experience teaching myself to code and completing my bachelor’s degree in Computer Science. I also share the things I learned through these paths.
I hope this helps!
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Disclaimer: Results may vary. These tips and advice are based on my experience and opinion as a former undergraduate Computer Science student, tutor, teacher, and professional software developer. Everyone is different, so, the advice shared in this article may or not work for you. 🙂