Also, they are both sorting algorithms, bubble sort has poor best case performance complexity while sharing O(n^2) worst case performance. And neither are relevant to anyone doing any real programming, because the best general purpose sorting algorithms are already baked into languages.
And I'm still no scientist.
You can't want to be a princess if society never tells you about pricesses. But, by all means, go on believing the problem is genetics and not society. Like how black people are less driven, leading to less successful careers.
It's absolutely true - depending on your location.
In Cali, yes, you can have a successful career without an education. In the industrial Midwest, not so much. It's still possible, but lacking a degree really holds you back from big companies. And outside of startup friendly places like Austin and CA, big companies is where the jobs are.
I don't understand why I as a web developer have any use for IE. I don't target the Ice Weasel or Maxthon browsers, I target the W3C standard. Why would I care about IE as a web developer? I'm seriously asking? What is MS's argument for devs here?
Sure, but the vast majority of engineers are never seen by anyone but their coworkers. If you feel it impacts your business you set a dress code. Under no circumstance is it productive or profitable to engage in passive aggressive disdain from people jealous of engineers in t shirts.
So one set of people is concerned with making good products that meet a client's needs while the other is concerned with moving numbers around on paper to pretend they are producing something of value.
You can get rid of one of these groups of people and still have a successful profitable company. Guess which one?