This maybe because everyone gets Computer Science degrees instead of Software Engineering degrees. People mistakenly think the two are the same, and come out of university with their fansci compsci degree without knowing what Bash, git, or TCP/IP are.
I think it depends on the program, and not necessarily just the degree. My CompSci degree included a pretty in depth focus on Bash, git, TCP/IP and actual practical skills. But, I've seen other schools that are way too theoretical. ¯_(ツ)_/¯
Makes sense! Where did you get your degree if you don't mind me asking? It sounds like your school did it right!
Don't mind at all :) McGill University -- in Montreal. But I've definitely taken classes at other schools where there was no emphasis on actually coding as well -- which is...worrying :/ [Edit: Just realized you're IN Montreal! Awesome!]
Oh nice, I'm in Montreal too. I've heard good things about parts of McGill's compsci program.
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