Society is growing more connected and computer-dependent by the day. In 2018, world Internet usage passed the 4 billion mark. As a matter of fact, almost every modern technology, whether directly or indirectly, depends on the applications of computer science.
As an aspiring computer science student, you may have caught some of the buzz around machine learning and AI, blockchain, the IoT, cloud computing,probability-based algorithms and fuzzy learning, and more. Are you only now hearing about these subjects? Are you already a geek that just has to get the lowdown on the latest trends? Have you heard of Swift, Rust, Elixir? Or are you still asking yourself the fundamental question of Java vs Python.
As a professional developer, you'll be able to do more than just play around with code. You can make use of your problem-solving skills and develop amazing solutions to real-life problems using complex algorithms, in industries ranging from IT, mobile, cybersecurity, games development, healthcare, and even data science. By holding a computer science diploma, you enter the workforce as someone who not only speaks the language but can actually write it.
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