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Can i be a professional coder instead of having physics honours in my college?

I have lot of interest in programming But i have to be conscious about my study in college. That's why I asked this question.

8/25/2020 3:29:35 PM

Rahul Das

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Sir, I have come to realization that , you don't have to keep acquiring degrees anyhow, but rather discover your passion because this will help you to achieve your goals. In my own honest opinion the two professions are ok and good enough to survive, infact I can say confidently that they're both taking the lead on tech world, but at this stage of yours you have to follow your passion and what really interest you, like something you love doing and focus on it then you will be hotter than fire. In the same vein if you are finding it difficult to choose, the I suggest you merge the two by simply completing you physics degree and at the same time Study Python and C++ and Java, then focus on Robotics and Electronics. They also work together.

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I think in now days These jobs are not certificate based job one must have practical knowledge of programming. People not select one on basis of his certificate it's his portfolio and projects whichever means. So I think you can carry on. By the way I'm pursuing chem Hons. ๐Ÿ˜Š๐Ÿ˜Š

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it's your life and you have the right decision to choose whatever. (moreover we don't know you that much to decide something for you)

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