> Not so much 'brainwashed by MS' as brainwashed by the typical
> Irish attitude of 'Get in, get the grades, get the degree,
> make the money'.
> The vast majority of Irish computing students aren't actually
> all that interested in computing as a subject (or as an art).
> They've either been mesmerised by the potential money they
> could be making, or think it'll be easy and fun. Very few
> computer courses in Ireland encourage them to rise above that.
>> - DoC
That's harsh. I would actually have said that a larger percentage of
computer science/engineering/etc. students actually enjoy their course
and have an interest in what they're studying more so than any other
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