One of the most prevalent problem I see in the industry is that people stop learning and simply become a machine that codes 8 hours a day. It's not that they didn't get good grades at uni, some did. They learned and worked on only what the teacher told them to without expanding their knowledge through their own powers, without asking questions, without trying different things, without pushing their limits.
I think that is what you need to do in order to make university really worth your time in programming.
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