Who needs a computer science degree these days?

by Paul Rubins, CIO

Two candidates apply for a software development position: One has a degree in computer science from a prestigious school. The other is self-taught with several years’ experience under his belt. Who one gets the job? Of course, there’s no definitive answer to this question, but it’s one that CIO’s are increasingly going to have to think about. That’s because more and more software developers – and very skilled and competent ones at that – are entering the job market without any degree-level training.

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