It REALLY depends. There are several fast-moving and emerging programming disciplines which are too new to even exist at an educational institution yet. Once they DO exist at an educational institution, you can bet the info is outdated and the people teaching them have no idea what they're doing. Now I hear you saying that if you learn the fundamentals in school that they're applicable elsewhere. This is true, assuming they're the correct fundamentals, and there is a good possibility they are NOT. Once again, outdated info can hurt in the programming world, depending on which area you end up working in. Someone else posted about needing a degree to get past HR. Once again, this is partially true. On the other hand, if you make your own project, library, framework, or some other programming project, release it into the world and show it off, people WILL hire you. These days the #1 request I get from anyone is "show us your github code repository" or "show us examples of your work." It is ENTIRELY possible to get coding work without a degree. In fact, sometimes the people doing the hiring will PREFER that. That said, a large portion of college has NOTHING to do with learning a profession.
Only the background image. Media queries don't modify HTML, they modify CSS.
Nevermind, I re-read your note and saw the "superpower" part this time.
So we'll be hearing more about North Korea on a near daily basis then?
Thanks, and no I did not realize that.
PS: This news is of interest to me, but it's hardly related to technology or geek culture.
I'm not sure why you're modded at zero points. I'd mod you up if I could.
I hate to break it to you, but sometimes the "local observatory" is hundreds of miles away...
And yet it still sucks at presenting me with any news I'm interested in. I think I've clicked on a news story from that feed only once and by accident. Hint : I don't have any interest in sports, politics, celebrity gossip, pop music, old news, and pretty much anything else they've recommended.
You're in luck, they plan for exactly that.
Maybe YOUR phones are, but mine are not. 3 years and it only has 1 slight scratch on the frame. PS: I don't use a screen protector or a case. I just take good care of my things.
Hint : you took calculus. Most people can't even get that far. Congratulations. You can math.
Funny, I got an email. Check your spam folder though. Gmail flagged it as spam for me.
It is NOT impossible to LEGALLY visit Cuba. My friend did it in a study abroad program during college in the US. That said, they don't make it easy.