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#1 Posted by TheSquarePear (168 posts) -

Sorry, I don't want to be a jerk but I have to point out that neckbeards and combovers are coming back in style.

#2 Edited by TheSquarePear (168 posts) -

I don't know if there are different types of software educations where you live but here are my impressions of the two major ones Software Engineering and Computer Science

I would recommend you choose Software Engineering if you like coding and designing applications and you think of math as a tool.

If you think math is the only objective reality in the universe and you might like to spend a long time designing a new compression algorithm that is better than any existing ones then choose Computer Science.

Remember that most people struggle with math and noone can stop you from coding no matter your education.

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*EDIT*

Regarding calculus I found the following here

Most universities, especially in North America, will teach calculus, often in first year. SEEK does not contain calculus, because it is not used by software engineers except when doing domain-specific work (e.g., for other engineers, for scientists, and for certain optimization tasks) and hence is not essential for all software engineering programs. However, there are a number of reasons why most programs will include calculus: 1) It is believed to help encourage abstract thinking and mathematical thinking in general; 2) Many statistics courses have a calculus prerequisite; and 3) Although needed in the workplace by only a small percentage of software engineers, it is just not readily learned in the workplace.

#3 Posted by TheSquarePear (168 posts) -

Nice tease and thanks to the hard work of the fans.

*crank on*

If only Bethesda put as much effort into designing unique environments and conversation trees with consequences. If it's anything like Fallout 3 over half of the game will be you running through the same layout of metro tunnels collecting the same useless loot. I'll just watch the 'cutscenes' and 'epic' battles on youtube or use gamefaqs to find the 'interesting' stuff.

I hope Obsidian gets to take another stab at the Fallout franchise.

If this comes out on PC, remember to run the game in windowed mode so you can alt+tab to your task manager and kill it when it freezes beccause it probably will.

*crank off*

#4 Posted by TheSquarePear (168 posts) -

Zoo Tycoon, duh.

#5 Edited by TheSquarePear (168 posts) -

Gaming related: Rent a bike and go see this freak show :)

video

http://www.rubenogbobby.dk/site/

(I haven't been there myself)

IMO clubs attract the worst kind of people but if you insist you can check out Jazzhouse or Culture Box.

Live concert venues are better and there are a couple like Vega and Amager Bio.

For bars you should try a place with craft beers.

For day activities you can go for a walk in one of the parks, check out the zoo or get some exercise in one of the public pools.

Don't mind us locals. We hate everyone including ourselves :P

#6 Edited by TheSquarePear (168 posts) -

@j_00700 said:

You can never really drink too much water.

Lots of people only drink water when they FEEL thirsty, but actually your supposed to drink a certain amount of water everyday, whether your thirsty or not.

Except for water poisoning.

#7 Posted by TheSquarePear (168 posts) -

Virtualization is great for servers.

Consoles are still unproven territory but I'm afraid that we are giving up the advantage some console games have from using low level programming.

Thanks for the explanation and I'm excited Microsoft is trying something new.

#8 Edited by TheSquarePear (168 posts) -

None. Geto boys!

#9 Edited by TheSquarePear (168 posts) -

Consoles aren't exactly a godsend.

I had to download the Army of Two demo, launch it and accept the license agreement before EA would let me play Mercenaries 2.

Damn publishers...

#10 Edited by TheSquarePear (168 posts) -

1998, 2004 and 2010 were peaks in gaming history. So 2016 should be epic.

I hope Microsoft explains how they deal with used games at E3. Anyways Diablo III sold 10 million copies so it's been proven that always online single player games can be successful.