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Comment: Re:Let's see your portfolio. (Score 1) 391

by oh_my_080980980 (#47920937) Attached to: Ask Slashdot: Any Place For Liberal Arts Degrees In Tech?
LMOL yeah because that's what you said zippy. Love your insipid comparison. The point stands: you don't know the experience of either candidate. You need to confirm what they know. Assuming experience based solely on a person's degree is short sighted and ignorant.

Something you would understand if you possessed critical thinking skills.

Comment: Re:Gee I do not know. (Score 1) 391

by oh_my_080980980 (#47920839) Attached to: Ask Slashdot: Any Place For Liberal Arts Degrees In Tech?
And yet the question still stands: can either of them program and how do you know? If you are assuming that the candidate with a CS degree can program based solely on the degree, than you are a first class ass and a lousy recruiter. It does not take a CS degree to know how to program. In fact a lot of companies administer a test to understand the capabilities of the candidate.

Comment: Re:Ya, but... (Score 1) 391

by oh_my_080980980 (#47920689) Attached to: Ask Slashdot: Any Place For Liberal Arts Degrees In Tech?
The problem is you are dick riding on the science portion of STEM, because the technology portion, a.k.a computer programmers are clueless twits. To them there's two kinds of music: country and western.

FYI critical thinking skills are developed through courses in logic. Taking a class in biology, or calculus is not going to imbibe you with the knowledge of critical thinking. You need more than that to develop critical thinking skills.

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