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Why You Don’t Need an Advanced Mathematics Degree to Be a Programmer

A computer science professor explains the evolution of coding careers

Margaret H. Hamilton, a pioneering computer scientist and former head of the Software Engineering Division of MIT’s Instrumentation Laboratory. Photo: NurPhoto/Getty Images

MMost of the people I know are software engineers or computer scientists of one form or another. Most of them are very experienced and come from a time when to be either of those things required a very serious computer science…

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Alexander Katrompas

Alexander Katrompas

Executive Leader, Software Engineer, Professor of Computer Science, PhD student; specializing in AI, Data Science, eCommerce, and Web Application Development.

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