the demand also grows, so i dont think so
If you're good at what do you can be successful at anything.
just leech off your parents forever lol
web coding yes because anyone can do it, actual programming no
It will be like lawyers. If youre a good one and go to a good school there will be no shortage of opportunities, but if you got a cs degree from your community college you probably won't be cashing in
Most dumb people probably can't make it through the coursework so its probably ok, but its something to keep in mind
after all, shitty law schools and pharmacy schools started popping up that dumb kids could make it through
Yeah but the demand is also skyrocketing. They are encouraging people that like computers to get into the field so that they have more workers. If you don’t just ‘like conputers’ and excel in the subject then it is a VERY WISE pathway to take
If uninformed people are going into CS without a clue what it is, that won't have any effect on those who actually are good at programming and are high-level coders.
Ye, has to be bubble cause it skyrocketed lmao
The truth is that dude writing this article is clueless. There is a huge demand for CS, much bigger than it was in 90s or early 2000. Basically every company has a branch of the company focused on data management, network security, graphics and guys responsible for simpler management in the workplace (setting up computers and software). And that's not even talking about firms that make software... so yeah, bullshit.
Depends how you take it, just getting a degree is pointless but if you know your way around the stuff yes it is.
If you like something you will probably be good at it
The one who wrote the article is clueless.
the demand is still growing a lot, so i dont think so. Rn it isnt even that hard to find decent Jobs in most places with a good cs degree. Like some guys already stated, every serious company needs a tech branch so the demand is huge and wont decrease any time soon.
if ur decision is based on relevance of the area just quit lmao