Why are you at Level 21?
Weren’t you supposed to be at an eternal 42?
Why are you at Level 21?
Weren’t you supposed to be at an eternal 42?
Koichi halved my level because I forgot to attend the weekly Crabigatorism mass
I’d willing to read Crabigator’s gospel every night before going to bed
Are you going to climb your way back to 42 now?
I will have to get in the Crabigator’s good graces again
Why were they banned?
@anon34910982 was banned over general indecency and the word “trap”. He was a good person, it was a sad day.
@Midori_no_Sora was banned, I think, for some off-forum drama. I wasn’t involved in that, so I don’t really know. Better ask the pollers
Thanks Kumirei san
I was going through the resolutions thread and came across this. You don’t have to answer any of my questions if you don’t want to
Why do you want to move to US in this environment? Assuming you are moving on a job, do you plan to take the H1B route? or Are you planning to get your CS degree from US? Does this mean you are going to make a permanent shift to the USA?
You were engaged in 2020. Is the wedding date in 2021? (Personally, I think it is a great season to get married. People have an official reason called Covid to not invite other people. 20 people or less sounds like a magical dream to me Of course, if you prefer grand weddings with a lot of folks then 2021 may not be a good season)
How far along are you in your JP degree? Is it a 4 yr course? Is it the same one Joeni san was asking about a few months ago on their log? (Early October)
I thought you already did a degree in Physics. Is the CS degree more for career purpose or passion? If it is for career, Physics grads are accepted in IT like never before.
Hahaha. Maybe some calculus. I don’t miss Geometry For some reason, I disliked it
CS related job?
Of course. I hope you are happy on the forum and off the forums
Didn’t they get suspended first and then banned because they abused some kind of silencing workaround by editing their own posts? That’s kind of doing it to yourself .
My fiancé(e) is American I am in the final stages of getting a K-1 visa. I plan on taking advantage of my nationality to do an online degree at a Swedish university. That way it’s free. Yep, permanent move.
I (we) have no desire for a wedding at all, so we’ll just be going to the courthouse. No date set as I don’t have the visa yet.
Yep, same one as Joeni’s. Bachelor degrees are 3 years in Sweden, so yea, three years. And I just have the thesis left! Will be done by summer, unless I fail miserably.
I never finished my physics degree I got a bit burned out / bored with it. I just have a few classes left for the bachelor, I even did the thesis already, but I wasn’t feeling it. I’ll go back and finish it later, but I am more happy where I am at now
It’s both, I guess. Learning how to write scripts has gotten me very interested in CS, and I could see myself working with it. I didn’t really feel that way about physics, I don’t think it’s something I want to work with, and I don’t really see a lot of career options in Japanese either. Programming is something I have discovered that I like doing and there are great career options
I would like to go through all I’ve already done in uni (calc, multi-calc, vector analysis, differential equations, stats, linear algebra, etc) to get a deeper understanding of everything, and then expand on it with discrete math (good for programming, I expect), topology, and more
Eventually, yes, but I’m not sure I have the qualifications yet. Since I’ll be moving somewhere new without much working experience I’ll just take what I can find at first.
Haha, yes. That was the straw that broke Kristen’s back
I kinda assumed that they were the same person, but I guess not…
Judging by the scripts you write, you’d probably breeze through a computer science bachelor. Most of them assume little to no programming experience up front, so if you’ve been doing programming as a hobby for a few years you’re probably already way ahead of the rest of the class. Most of the math is just linear algebra and integer arithmetic, which isn’t really all that hard, especially not compared to what you’d need for physics (you might even be able to just skip it entirely if you show them what physics courses you did). Basically all you need to really complete a computer science degree is just a drive to keep trying stuff out, the advantage of the field is that you can basically try everything out, which tends to be the most educational aspect of it.
One useful way to build up qualifications is to just program a lot and put whatever you write somewhere online (e.g. a public github profile). That way you have something to point to. The actual skills you might need depend a bit on what specific field you want to get into, but the more you can show off the better.
That would be great! I am hoping I can do the CS degree while also working, so if it isn’t that difficult it would make my life much easier.
Yeah, definitely not expecting the math to be very difficult. I haven’t looked into degree programs yet, as I plan on starting in the fall (if possible), but perhaps you are right about being able to skip some courses.
Yeah, that’s part of the reason why I finally put all my stuff on GitHub this fall (or was it summer?). Thought it would be good to show that I have done a lot of (admittedly tiny) projects and never really stopped. Even if the code isn’t great (especially in the earlier scripts), it displays some kind of drive.
That’s what I am lacking. I know you can get a job without a degree, although it is more difficult, but all I really know is how to make userscripts, that is a specific application of JS and CSS. I have done some stuff in Python as well, but a lot. I think if I want to work as a developer I should probably expand my horizons a bit first
I wasn’t expecting a transatlantic courtship Kumirei san If you ever plan to regale us with the story, I would be glad to hear it My best guess would be your fiancée was an exchange student at your Swedish University. If you are going to tell me that your fiancée is another durtle, I am probably going to ask Koichi to introduce “Single Durtle” badge so that I may find one too
I am not familiar with the particulars of K-1 visa, though I am sure Glias san can help you on that if needed since they processed the same for Mortii san
Yes, Swedish degree would be the best. At least my personal advice is unless you get a full or 75% scholarship at an American University, tacking on 100K+ debt is probably not the right way to start a marriage
Wow. Congrats on your move! That is bold. Moving across continents and cultures is never an easy thing especially when you are leaving behind family. I sure hope you are ready for the culture shock I am assuming you are moving to a place like Michigan or Minnesota (since you are accustomed to the cold weather), and if you are moving to the Big T/The Lonestar state give me a holler
You two are truly a match made in heaven Keep rocking
Thesis on Japanese? Is this something you need to write in Japanese or English/Swedish?
I am confident you will pass with flying colors
Congrats in advance!!
I salute your patience
At the moment, I am not excited to grab a pen and paper to do another Fourier transformation
I am not sure how work permit works in the case of a K-1 Visa. I think this is another area Glias san can help you if needed.
Technically, I am confident you are better than most people. And I agree with B San, displaying your work on Github is a good way to showcase your skills. If you ever need a referral in the Tech Industry, let me know. I can give a call to my friends
WELCOME TO THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
Oh my god!
What do I do? I don’t know the answer to 1+1 = ?
Please don’t tell anyone
Being good at the job and being good at job interviews are two different things Experienced it the hard way.
Any plans on being a Front-end, back-end or a fullstack?
Mine is basically a collection of either over-the-top programs for simple problems (like the botnet I built to control my radio) or complete jokes (like my implementation of a brainf*ck machine in pure C++ templates, or that time made a header translating all C++ keywords to Dutch to create just the most horrendous programs), so I can’t say I’m doing much better
If you already know some Python, the easiest place to start would probably just be creating a few hobby projects with that. You could probably create something like a small desktop app that shows you info from the WK API, that way you can still use your userscript experience to start with a project that’s at least partially familiar. I came from the exact opposite background though, I started with disassembling games back when I was 14, then thought myself how to write small assembly routines, and then gradually moved to C, C++, then high-level languages like Python or web-based languages later on, in hindsight, definitely not the most practical way to teach yourself programming.
A lot of CS bachelors use either Python or C++ (or occasionally something like Java) as their main languages. Usually Python is used for the more data-focussed courses, while C++ is used for the slightly more system-focussed courses. Having some experience in either ahead of time is a great way to reduce study load later on. Usually they spend the first semester getting their students familiar with basic programming constructs and making sure they don’t adopt a completely horrible style, then they spend most of the rest of the first year on basic algorithmics, and more complex programming concepts (e.g. OOP, dealing with dynamic memory, etc.). I think you’re probably familiar with all of those already, so the first year should be relatively easy. From the second year onward they tend to teach the more specialized fields, at which point it’s important to have the basics down.