On Tue, 20 Jun 2000, Noel Carroll wrote:
> An interesting point Mark that makes me wonder myself. I'd doubt there are
> that many indigenous job seekers right now queueing up to work in Intel.
> Although in some quarters the government do seem to be ramping up the number
> of available graduates, there is still a huge deficit. DCU have, to my
> knowledge, quadrupled the amount of punters doing Computer Applications in
> each year compared to the 100 or so per year in my time. Still, here in
UL has also been increasing its CS and IT numbers but are also
dumbifying the course. Modules have been getting lamer and lamer. Our
"uinx" education is now simply Linux. Compiler design is now theory
*only*. My god! I thought writing some dumb ass compiler was part of every
CS course in the world?
Bother! said Pooh, as he lay back and lit Piglet's cigarette.
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