[thelist] Carrer Help

Matt Covey mcovey at gmail.com
Mon Apr 2 05:26:02 CDT 2007

Unfortunately this holds true not only with trivial classes like HTML
at my school but programming courses as well. Professors aren't up to
date and there's little point to getting a degree in CS since it's
instantly about 10 years old.

On 3/31/07, David Hammond <reprogrammingart at gmail.com> wrote:
> I can verify that community college courses aren't quite up to par having
> just finished my "Intro to HTML" course. It is exactly as previously
> mentioned, TABLEs and FONTs galore. My teacher was at least *aware* of CSS,
> but he had no interest in it nor was it covered. For my final exam I styled
> my site entirely using CSS. I didn't know if I'd get a decent grade
> considering it wasn't the "right" answer. Turns out that I got an 'A', but I
> believe that is partially because he didn't know CSS enough to correct my
> mistakes. ;-)
> -Dave
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