>CS is a dead end
lmao who said this shit? CS is in greater demand than fucking Engineering.
>be freshman computer engineer in college
>programming will be dead they said
>programming will be outsourced they said
>programming will be automated they said
>current computer architecture will be shorty obsolete they said
>the field is over-saturated they said
>you'll be unemployed they said
>get a job right out of college for $60k+ salary
>three years later making $90k + stock options
>at work ~36 hours a week
>only really working about two hours a day
>practically getting spammed with job offers on linked in
People said that 5-10 years ago. Too bad it wasn't and still is not true. Tech is booming right now and the demand for SKILLED workers is high. Conpanies learned that trusting your business to Patel overseas is a risky ordeal.
No. It's mathematics. Someone who actually works in CS devises algorithms and so on, which is pure math.
Most CS students are actually software engineers / software developers / programmers / code monkeys, though, which are all things I would consider engineering (or mindless office work for the code monkeys).
>Study EE with a focus on analog and embedded systems
>teach myself to program
>get offered everything from large scale power distribution positions to software engineering and semiconductor design roles
a EE who can program is truly a god among mortals
wait wait wait calm down
and pls tell me what I need to study for EE
What was your curiculum like, and what field were there focus on ie do I need Calulus III and set theory and physics and frequencies etc
i'm actually in a position to choose EE and computing technology. should i go for it?
Looks pretty cool. Most of the job openings Ive seen revolve around industrial usage though. I would like to work more towards consumer products so I can walk into a store and say "yep I fucking made that possible"
Yep. Currently slated to start a product engineering role at a major semiconductor company in May. They write their own test code for the machines to test their circuits so it should be pretty nice.
Idk where you are located but here in California engineers who know their shit when it comes to arm are in heavy demand. I got a coworker who's been headhunted like 3 times in the last 5 years before he ended up with us. Everyone he just gets offered more money. There's always work too.
Computer, electrical, and software engineers only say CompSci is a dead end because they are ass ravaged.
While they studied excessively at school, CS guys got to fuck all the rare girls.
And then everyone ended up with the same job, except they got no pussy.
Engineering is like the biggest bro degree of them all. cS for me was like 98% male half of them where gaymur faggots that just wanted to make dem gaymens. No pussy to be had at all.
Yea I mean hardware design. Mad money Bro. I mean MAD MONEY....BRO!! Turn around happens sometimes though. When one company doesn't want you anymore there is another 100 companies right around the corner that will take you and pay you more. You have to have the talent though. I'm looking to retire early and sail around the world with my bitch and come back when I'm 40 and pump a couple kids in her while I unretire. MAD MONEY BRO! That's all I'm gonna say.
Help me out /g/. I was set on computer science (in second semester college now) but all this CS is dead threads are kind of making me doubt CS. plus im bad at math. Any of you know a degree that involves programming (want to be a code monkey) and has little to no math involved?
Studying CS here, anyone give any advice on what to specialise in, or any code monkeys able to tell me how bad it really is? I mean I like programming but is a shitty field to work in like /g/ says?
lol, is this what uninspired nobodies get excited about?
>bad at math
Wtf are you doing nigger? Being good at math is what basically makes you a man right after having balls. You can't math you might as well become a trap and whore yourself out. Fucking useless.
>there is a local minimum at (0,0)
>there is a saddle point at (0,0)