> Doesn't matter. You don't even need to do a degree these days to get a
> job. If you show a flair for computers you'll learn a lot more by
> yourself. Do a 2 year cert course in the CIT and get some experience
> during the extra 2 years that a degree would have taken.
This reminds me of a funny article from the Examiner a few months back:
I believe it was Larry Ellison who was giving the key note speech at
Yale's Computer Science graduation. He was talking on saying how they
would all have good jobs paying $100,000 a year. And then pointed out `But
you cheques will all be payed by your friends who quit college to work in
the industry, and are all earning $200,000 a year!'
Although I happen to believe college has some good uses, but anyway.
> Probably better than CIT right now, but that's only because they have
> Linux workstations and offer work placement.
With one exception! There is a very good course there (typically I can't
remember the name now). Its the one sponsord by Cisco. I have a mate going
into 4th year in it atm. Very Cisco orientated (funnily enough), and there
is aparently quite a bit of Unix training too. Although not specifically
Linux, but I am told "this will be changing next year".
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