It's not a bad thing to go back to school later in your career to get up to speed on the state of the art and maybe even pick up new skills.
UT Austin is 0.1 point above Tech in the rankings for CS Grad Schools. As has been noted, if you're in-state or on a GTA or GRA, the tuition drops precipitously or is basically waived. Whether it's a #10 or #9 school isn't really going to matter during interviews. Both are superb schools with an excellent reputation among hiring managers (and I've hired-a-plenty out of both).
Tuition rates between the two schools are not significantly different. Tech is a bit over $13K/semester and UT Austin is a smidge over $12K/semester.
I already have two degrees from Georgia Tech, but not one in CS yet. For $6,600 a MSCS from Georgia Tech is a no brainer.
Right now it is just a collection of random bits.
Why did you bother narrowing the scope of your subject line?
If that girl didn't want to get raped, she shouldn't have dressed so provocatively. What did she think was going to happen? SHE WAS ASKING FOR IT.
At least in the US, there is no limit to civil forfeiture. If authorities think that your possessions were used in a crime, they can take them even if you are never charged with a crime at all. This includes personal effects, possessions, and real property.
Not everything is impossible. Just the bullshit that the liberals have been claiming "would only be possible if the oil companies would die in a fire and taxpayers gave billions to another one of Obama's friends' so-called green companies."
They are also used to screen applicants for a security clearance. Yep, you heard that right. Our government uses debunked, junk science to determine who to trust with our most vital state secrets.
If you have "Excellent" Karma you get to post directly to +2 for all of your posts.
The top 50 salaries at my alma mater (a public state school) are all administrators and athletic coaches, and not one of them makes less than $200K (and some of the athletic coaches are over $500K from the State, plus whatever perks advertisers give them).
The highest paid tenured professor makes about $145K, and most professors make less than a first year MSEE graduate from the same school.
Yes, the demand-push inflation caused by massive government subsidies is the bigger problem, but administrative waste and focus on non-educational activities are significant as well.
Whoops, you're right. I misread the article. San Fran is a whole lot closer to LA than is NY heh
Oh that's right. Asking our government to hold itself accountable is farcically funny...
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