A little update about my study Informatica [Computer Science]. This third quarter I am following as a side-subject: NLP: Neuro-Linguïstic Programming. NLP has not much to do with computer science but it is a way of thinking. For my study in total I have to practice a lot, reads beside it as well or listen to some good YouTube explanations about programming. I was thinking how to combine that with my blog…
After a while the idea came up to write a blog post now and then of the pieces of code I write. I am nearly totally finished with the programming language Python, I have to do the last practice exams. And I started in college already with the programming languages Java and C#.
The teachers say C# is a more structured programming language but less known so less information can be find about it then Java. I am curious for learning and finding the little differences between those two languages and the comparison to the Python language which I have learned the past semester. These two languages – Java and C# – I will be learning this second semester of the year.
Lots of practice needs to be done and I love blogging to, so the idea came up: why not blogging about the practices I do? And the languages I am learning. You can design quite some stuff with those languages and with Python I have also learned how to design some things – not so complicated – and even a little game – that is really complicated.
In college I am also member of the networking group for female IT students in that college – or broader maybe one day. So my question to you is:
What do you think / or expect when a woman says she is studying an IT-study?
Greetings by Sophie