If you could not have chosen programming then...?
Jan de Boer wrote:Actor, standup comedian, anything artistic...
Jan de Boer wrote:But hey, I am doing computer science, and that kinda is like a scientific art, is it not?!
the upper classes looked down on people who went into "trade"
That sounds accurate, but as you imply, out of date.
Paul Clapham wrote:. . . . But that was in the old days, and I think it was an attitude which was related to the British class system . . . .
A ten year time frame seems like a long time especially when it comes to computers.
Liutauras Vilda wrote:It used to be a tradition in a primary school at early years to write down what would you want to be when you grow up, so the teacher could collect the piece of papers, and when there is a time of 10 years after you finished school, all classmates gather again and read them out loud so everybody knows.
Thank you much Liutauras.
Liutauras Vilda wrote:Edit: interesting topic though, have a cow, Pete.
Jan de Boer wrote:The last thing I consider myself is upper class. But the reason behind this, is that I like to create something new.
Paul Clapham wrote:Unlike, say, teaching, where you mostly can't fix the problems and you get more of the same problems the next year.