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  1. Tophat
    Ayy :D
  2. SKEEA
    Very flattering, thank you.
  3. lilguy
    If you want somewhere to start, try picking up a language and working on a project; whether it be babby's first "Hello World!" program or a text-based adventure game. There's plenty of resources out there on how-to and you shouldn't be afraid of asking questions for things you don't understand. I started out by helping my high school computer technician run a server and later picked up Pawn (a C-like language) to help work on Advanced Weaponizer 2 for TF2.
  4. lilguy
    If you're bad at math (like me), but have a good foundation in algebra and thinking things through logically, you can look at the software engineering and networking side of computer science. Given my role as programmer and software engineer, I find myself usually sifting through code to make sure everything makes logical sense rather than sitting down and trying to solve math problems. It kinda feels like doing logic puzzles at times and I can't remember how many times I actually had to solve common logic puzzles during interviews. However, that's not without reason, as what most companies look for in a programmer is the ability to concisely work out solutions and be able to explain how they got there to others. If you can do that much, you should be off to a good start.
  5. lilguy
    It depends on what facet of computer science/engineering that you're interested in (this guide might help: http://www.csfieldguide.org.nz/ ).

    If you're interested in things like encryption, data science, or artificial intelligence, it would be a good idea to work on your math because chances are that you'll need to crunch numbers (like statistics and probability). Unless you're developing things like physics simulators or game engines, you maybe wouldn't need to focus too much on higher level calculus or differential equations, but it wouldn't hurt to know it.
  6. lilguy
    Sure thing. Is there anything in particular about the computer science/engineering field you would like to know more about?

    I have a Bachelor's in Computer Engineering and about 3 years of work experience so far, but keep in mind what I say is only indicative of what I've gone through so far and may be different for you and others.
  7. salty peanut v2
    bimp
  8. TCB
    <3
  9. GreenLynx
    Don't buy the random craft hats, they're very overpriced. The best bet at the moment is buying keys, which'll give you 16-17 refined to buy things with.
  10. Sally
    keep it safe from any thief's O-o

    protective glass-> [-kek-] <-protective glass
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