[[rescue] flamewar question: Perl]
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Mon Jul 23 08:30:28 CDT 2001
on 7/23/01 12:26 AM, Bill Bradford at mrbill at mrbill.net wrote:
> Speaking from experience, I've used maybe 1% of what I learned in
> college in my career in the IT industry (admittedly, I'm *not* a
> programmer, but I am a sysadmin who programs when necessary).
> And of that 1%, 95% of that was learning how to write effective
> documentation and proper written communication.
I don't know the exact stats, but most college grads don't even work in
their major. What most people take away are communication skills
(composition and speech classes) and a way of approaching problems.
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