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re: Which non-computer science degrees apply to skills needed for a career in software development? VIEW POST

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Knowledge is important. But there is human skill more valuable to get than a career filled with many recognizations. I'm android developer student and my knowledge is pretty good, but I have to learn a lot of conversation skills to share my opinions and the university has done a good job with me in this affaire.
Important subjects like programming languages should be valuable when you search for useful classes. Math is important, but I believe that Logic is more important than math.

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