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    ah ofc... a software engineer

    i shudda chosen compsci as my degree :sigh:

    errrr... what do you hate most about your job, and what do you love most?
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    (Original post by alexplant17)
    May I ask what was your starting role as you must have climbed the chain of command rather quickly as most people don't start on £500 a day. Also, you should set yourself up as a company and Facebook can hire you, therefore you can claim on your expenses, you don't pay any income tax as you take all of your money out as dividends (lower tax rate on dividends compared to income tax) from your 'company account'. (4 weeks as an accounts assistant can teach you a lot)
    I initially got and intership in my penultimate year and I started working after finishing uni on £35k as a system developer. And yes I already set myself up as a company.
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    (Original post by z33)
    ah ofc... a software engineer

    i shudda chosen compsci as my degree :sigh:

    errrr... what do you hate most about your job, and what do you love most?
    I did BSc Maths btw but I had already strong coding background. The nature of my job is pretty relaxed, nice working hours and quite good bonuses'. Don't really hate anything - could be worse working in a boring job such as teaching.
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    we got a big man over here


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    so coding is where the money is at
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    (Original post by ?Hannah)
    we got a big man over here


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    (Original post by Square Inch)
    This is my first post and wanted it to make it an AMA.

    Ask me anything.
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    i'm 21 and make £1500 a day on average and currently have 2 rolexes, a breitling and a cartier and am looking to buy wither another rolex or harry winston or a jaeger lecoutre or a hublot or just f**k it and buy all of them
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    Contract role? how many hours a week do you work?
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    You're legit living my dream :daydreaming:
    What coding languages do you know?
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    (Original post by Angry Bird)
    so coding is where the money is at
    If you're good at it then yeh, a sh*t load of money and a lot of demand for the work.

    If you get into imperial then you basically walk into a big tech company.
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    (Original post by Angry Bird)
    so coding is where the money is at
    Depends on what your aims are and your competence at coding (?)
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    (Original post by BabyLadDarren)
    If you're good at it then yeh, a sh*t load of money and a lot of demand for the work.

    If you get into imperial then you basically walk into a big tech company.
    You need to be proficient at coding first. I imply you mean anyone who gets into Imperial for the MSc is good at it. I had a internship even before starting my MSc at Imperial.
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    (Original post by serah.exe)
    You're legit living my dream :daydreaming:
    What coding languages do you know?
    Proficiently? SQL, C++, Java, Perl, Phyton, PHP and some others.
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    Favourite song off of Blonde?
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    (Original post by kyoti)
    Contract role? how many hours a week do you work?
    35-40 hours typically
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    What's been your income by age
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    (Original post by george_c00per)
    Favourite song off of Blonde?
    ''And we don't gotta be solo"

    Yours (:
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    (Original post by Square Inch)
    ''And we don't gotta be solo"

    Yours (:
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