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    On the whole, do most people enjoy their computer science degrees?

    Obviously there's going to be negatives and positives about it, but do you think that it is also useful in later life? And how much time do you spend on theory against practical? And is there a certain language, deemed to be the best language to learn?
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    (Original post by Afrayed_of_spies)
    On the whole, do most people enjoy their computer science degrees?

    Obviously there's going to be negatives and positives about it, but do you think that it is also useful in later life? And how much time do you spend on theory against practical? And is there a certain language, deemed to be the best language to learn?
    People who have a very basic idea of logic,web designing and the aspects of programming usually love it.

    It's very useful because most of the things today are linked to computers.

    Theory time is spent on understanding the concept whereas practicals help in applying the concept to a real world.But usually most time is spent in theory.

    There is no best language to learn.They get outdated for some time and then come back to the industry again. No language is perfect either. But usually one should know C,C++ and Java at least and maybe Python or C# too

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