I'd just like to know the answer to one question:
Why do so many companies specify a bachelor's degree in CompSci as a job
requirement for a
I have not yet met an AS/400 - iSeries - System i (and that's with a
little "i", NOT a big
one..) that has a degree in computer science.
As any good IBM midrange technical professional will attest, a degree in
is totally irrelevant to programming on this platform - we're not creating
writing compilers, or _any_ kind of bare metal stuff like is taught in any
Any person with a CompSci degree would be totally bored with the System i
- on the other
hand, a more reasonable expectation would be having a degree in Computer
Inquiring minds would like to know...
I have my suspicions about this kind of job listing, but I won't
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