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    I want to study IT and Programming.
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    Undergraduate in English Honors.

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    Can't say its any different here.
    Do you sleep with doctors?

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    I have a masters in engineering and some unimportant bachelor.

    Probably going to get a PhD in mechatronics sometime down the line.


    Studying Control engineering and automation, specialised in Robotics and plan to narrow it down to exoskeletons and robotic prosthetics.

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    Right now im going over algebra and geometry.

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    I plan to study medicine. Maybe Law.

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    What country are you in Jjcb?

    Medicine can be really fun, the hospital environment, some of the patients (you'll get no end of funny stories) and the adrenaline when performing some of the tasks all feel really great provided you can handle very very busy weeks, maybe some hierarchy problems now and then and are not overly sensitive (I mean you can't start crying in your patient's room when he tells you how he's gonna die alone etc).
    Law sounds like a bit less of a hassle given that the lifestyle implies less constraints, but I don't think it can provoke the same emotions.

    Why are you still hesitating between the two btw? What makes you want to do one or the other?

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    1 step closer to my network engineering dream. Officially cisco certified (CCNA). Going after CCNP in the next 6 months InshaAllah.

    Also, some things you have to go to faculty for... Like medicine, pharmacy etc...
    Surprisingly enough, IT is becoming similar lately. Usually if you are self-taught you'd be good at that 1 thing (or 2) you like... But now in IT you need a broader vision than just your specialization.

    That's why a lot of people with no faculty degrees go for extra certifications sometimes (talking about IT)
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    In medicine you're registered at a faculty but a lot of it is self taught actually, I only set foot there for the exams
    Except for the internships in the hospitals of course

    I wonder how things are for med students abroad though

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dai Don Dedede View Post
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    In medicine you're registered at a faculty but a lot of it is self taught actually, I only set foot there for the exams
    Except for the internships in the hospitals of course

    I wonder how things are for med students abroad though
    I am not talking about the knowledge and study... You can't be a doctor without a medical degree, that's what I am saying. Every single faculty on the planet doesn't give you all you need in any subject. It simply opens up the doors, telling you "hey, there's this topic and here the essentials".

    Faculty never was and never will be a source for real world 100% up to date knowledge. It just gives you as much of the essentials as it can and lets you specialize (some faculties don't have specialization unfortunately )

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    Plus... In my faculty, only 3 subjects about networks exist, and they are spread throughout 3 years... One subject each year. My knowledge has already far surpassed that stuff taught on the faculty. So I totally understand what you're talking about.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dai Don Dedede View Post
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    What country are you in Jjcb?

    Medicine can be really fun, the hospital environment, some of the patients (you'll get no end of funny stories) and the adrenaline when performing some of the tasks all feel really great provided you can handle very very busy weeks, maybe some hierarchy problems now and then and are not overly sensitive (I mean you can't start crying in your patient's room when he tells you how he's gonna die alone etc).
    Law sounds like a bit less of a hassle given that the lifestyle implies less constraints, but I don't think it can provoke the same emotions.

    Why are you still hesitating between the two btw? What makes you want to do one or the other?
    Dominican Republic. Though I'm leaving for the states after finishing highschool.

    Basically, I'm at that point of my life where I'm not sure what it really is that I want. Medicine is something I planned to study since I was young, but it was mainly because my family has always tried to pull me down into what is best for them, not me. Of course, I am legitly interested in the career.

    Law, on the other hand, I just like it. I don't know why, it's just something that appeals to me.

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    1 step closer to my network engineering dream. Officially cisco certified (CCNA). Going after CCNP in the next 6 months InshaAllah.

    Also, some things you have to go to faculty for... Like medicine, pharmacy etc...
    Surprisingly enough, IT is becoming similar lately. Usually if you are self-taught you'd be good at that 1 thing (or 2) you like... But now in IT you need a broader vision than just your specialization.

    That's why a lot of people with no faculty degrees go for extra certifications sometimes (talking about IT)
    This is the big problem in the industry from what I hear, ignorant businesses and HR expect you to know everything about technology and don't realise that IT is a broad field with many specialisations.

    The amount of times i see job postings asking for "Full stack developers" is ridiculous.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Slayer View Post
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    This is the big problem in the industry from what I hear, ignorant businesses and HR expect you to know everything about technology and don't realise that IT is a broad field with many specialisations.

    The amount of times i see job postings asking for "Full stack developers" is ridiculous.
    Pretty much... And it's not just programming and developers. In networking they expect you to know system adminstration, database administration, networking AND at least understand basic programming (since in a lot of jobs you work with devs as a network engineer).

    Thankfully I love SQLServer(database), probably going after a Microsoft certification for SQL after CCNP. My weakest point is system administration since I don't like it... But I am satisfied with 2/3 score xD my faculty is a programming centered faculty... So I am solid ish in programming whether I like it or not
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    I know I have answered this but as of this moment, I'm doing an in depth analysis with several books, including Richard Dawkins.

    About memes.

    did something similar last spring but this one is gonna be like a massive research paper

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tifa View Post
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    I know I have answered this but as of this moment, I'm doing an in depth analysis with several books, including Richard Dawkins.

    About memes.

    did something similar last spring but this one is gonna be like a massive research paper
    Oh I had a friend bugging me enlessly with his Egoistic gene. I only read a few things on him and it seemed like while he had serious knowledge he wasn't too fond of rigor and nuance to express his opinions, what motivated you to read his books and what do you think of them?

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    Oh I had a friend bugging me enlessly with his Egoistic gene. I only read a few things on him and it seemed like while he had serious knowledge he wasn't too fond of rigor and nuance to express his opinions, what motivated you to read his books and what do you think of them?
    Richard Dawkins was actually the person that coined the phrase "meme" back in 1976. While he didnt mean "internet meme" he did get the ball rolling in regards to what it means.

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