Mihovil Poturić
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Sir replied to Mihovil Poturić's discussion Next step in my student career
"Must strongly disagree that learning to program is ephemeral, for two reasons: 1) Learning to program is learning to program.  Once you learn C++, whatever succeeds it will be something you can pick up in a week. 2) C++, the most popular…"
Feb 27, 2014
John Muir replied to Mihovil Poturić's discussion Next step in my student career
"Web Development and Program Language are very perishable, so unless they pertain to your primary career path you might waste time learning soon to be extinct systems. Sales and Marketing is always useful. If I were going to pick a language to study…"
Feb 27, 2014
Sir replied to Mihovil Poturić's discussion Next step in my student career
"A foreign language is fine, but it seems Swedish won't really help you with law, unless you practice in Sweden.   You might start programming with VB or Python as a gentle intro."
Feb 27, 2014
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Feb 27, 2014
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Feb 26, 2014

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