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Nest   (2001-11-08 14:56) [0]

Advise AM. What a thread St. Petersburg University where programmers are taught.
I finish this year college - "Software of automated control systems".
At the time of training, there was a postponement, but now there is a real opportunity to go to the army.
We must go to the tower. We seem to have nowhere. I want to try in St. Petersburg, my brother lives there.
I want to programmer. It is necessary that with the state accreditation (so that they will not be taken to the army), I hardly find money for a paid one.
Red diploma, etc. no.
For 4 physics year, literature (and partially math) forgotten, I do not know where to put my ass :(



-=CrazyFish=-   (2001-11-08 15:03) [1]

On the programmer, it seems like, in the Polytech one can ... I can be mistaken. Voenmeh himself finished.



Dimka Maslov   (2001-11-08 16:28) [2]

In any technical university, programmers are taught; the quality of teaching is another matter. In some it is, but lame. And in general, when I said that I would go to study as a programmer, smart people advised me not to do this, but to get an engineering specialty, and they would say programming, "you will be doing it already, if necessary." And now I am a railway engineer - a builder. And I consider all bridges, and I write programs for their calculation, and I do not regret.



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