Why So Many Coding Students Struggle Getting a Job After Coding Bootcamp

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Imagine, like so many folks, that you decide what you want to study when you’re just 18. You go to college, finish a four-year degree in mechanical engineering, and then realize what you actually want to do is get a job in coding. There are tons of benefits – pay, flexibility, personal satisfaction. It’s a … Read more

Comprehensive Guide to Learn Computer Science Online

How to Learn Computer Science Online

Self-taught developers and Bootcamp graduates often have a hard time finding employment because they skipped learning computer science fundamentals and jumped right into application code. Taking such a haphazard approach to a programming education would be similar to skipping biology classes and just doing a three-week crash course in surgery. Luckily, it’s possible to get … Read more

The Irreducible Complexity Argument Debunked Using Computer Science

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Many creationists and theists invoke the argument of irreducible complexity in an attempt to discount the theory of evolution. Irreducible complexity (IC) involves the idea that certain biological systems cannot evolve by successive small modifications to pre-existing functional systems through natural selection.  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Irreducible_complexity According to the theistic argument dealing with irreducible complexity, because we couldn’t … Read more

Learning Computer Science Will Make You a Better (and More Expensive) Engineer

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Software engineering and computer science are not necessarily synonymous. Computer scientists are not always software engineers, and unfortunately, many software engineers don’t know much about computer science. Software engineers focus on building products and writing maintainable code and architecture. Computer Science is the fundamental math and theory of computation that software engineering is built upon. … Read more