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degree in laptop technological know-how and maths or laptop technology on my own?
whats up guys i am searching out recommendation on whether to take a degree in pc technological know-how and maths as a joint route or just laptop technology and was hoping reddit could assist. will having maths as a part of my degree placed me ahead of simply laptop technological know-how students or will an employer simply see it as me doing much less pc science work and so therefore make me less employable? will also the math that i do clearly assist me in my profession, is it really worth all the work as i've heard that most maths levels are pretty vain. any advice could be substantially preferred, thank you.1 replies