Joel Cochran wrote:

So you can't be a good programmer until you meet these requirements? I
guess I'm out, since I don't have a Computer Science degree, I have never
coded in an assembler language, and wouldn't where to start when writing a
compiler parser.

But hopefully you can manage at least two languages?

My point was not to deprecate the non-degreed, but to (1) deprecate any university, college, or junior college that graduates computer science majors who only know one language, and (2) remind everybody that (as Maslow put it) if the only tool you have is a hammer, every problem begins to resemble a nail.


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