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lookin to become computer science


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sportskd2

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i would like to fill a career in computer science but i dont kno wut exact field or if i kno enough about computers to even try to start a career
i was wondering if anyone knows online sites that can teach u, or give u a free test
i just wanna see if this is a job to go for and not sure if im good enough so if any1 could give me sum help it would b much apprieciated
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please rember that when posting in these forum many of the people that are providing support live around the world. for some it may be hard just to read plain english and so using "chat lingo" makes it next to imposible. so when having a interest in computer science be aware that the people you deal with will need to understand you.
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yeah....first rule of getting into computers as a carreer..is getting rid of the l227 speak...

most anyone can get into a carreer field dealing with something related to computers....you just need to go to school...almost all computer science related paths start out assuming you don't know what a computer is...but on that note...it's best (in the long run) to specialize...pick a field that you would like (networking, programming, hardware) and follow that path..in my experience (even though the market is saturated) there will always be a job for network administrators...and programmers...
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