I'm currently getting my CS degree, but that's because I'm young and this fits my life goals right now. But you definitely doesn't require one to be a good developer. However, I strongly encourage people to study some fundamental computer science topics. To have the knowledge rather than the degree, it's actually more important, and it can be done by your own. Having this knowledge makes significant difference while developing. I'm a completely different programmer today after these topics, but you do can study them outside a CS degree. Strongly recommend that.
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