You do not need to have bad thoughts about the school, believe me, after a few years of working and improving yourself, the school you go to does not matter much. I think it is much more valuable for the employer to be a person who has graduated from a very good university and who has not done much to improve himself, has not been able to acquire new skills in technical terms, and who can speak English very well, and who follows the developments in his field, is much more valuable for the employer. . The school gives us basic education and what we will do from now on determines the course of our career.
I am 3rd year at Namık Kemal University. I will enter internship at the end of this year, but I do not find the taught at school sufficient. In your opinion, which programming languages should I learn and what should I focus on until I attend the internship?
First of all, you should make an effort to improve what you feel lacking in the programming languages shown at school. For example, you can give yourself programming exercises from the end-of-topic questions of the book you bought for programming, solve 3-4 of them a week and ask the teacher at your school what they do not understand. Apart from that, you can follow news sources about programming on social media and some websites. You can also assign a programming language that is not shown in school but you are curious about it as a homework to learn it yourself. While doing all these, don’t forget to update your resume!
I am a first year computer engineering student at Sakarya University, yet I am new to the department, so I am quite confused. I am studying C ++ at school and in a community, I started with html and css right now. I research the fields in my own way. What would you recommend to someone who is new to computer engineering and is quite confused?
The occupation is not really about the university. You will stop there for 4-5 years and graduate, after which you will enter the business life where you will spend most of your life. For this reason, it is very important to love the profession. However, in the first year, people are a little taken aback, you are right about it. You try to follow the lessons as much as possible, try to really learn the logic of the language with the program and do the assignments. Apart from all these, internships are definitely very important for our profession, try to do them in companies that will benefit you as much as possible. Apart from that, you can follow news sources about programming on social media and some websites, and you can become a member of a club at school.
I graduated from university as a construction technician. I want to undertake my department with DGS, but I cannot decide whether it is civil engineering or architecture. I had won the restoration department before, but I didn’t go. Due to some circumstances, I have been graduating for two years. During this period, I attended courses such as AutoCad and 3ds Max. I tried to improve my English a little bit. I am also studying occupational health and safety. I want to develop myself further and complete my education as a bachelor’s degree and further progress and do a master’s degree etc. What should my road map be like? I really need the advice you can give me. I think I’m a little late for everything. Frankly, I do not want to be exposed to such a situation after graduation. So should I progress in civil engineering or architecture? And how should I move forward?
I think if I were you, I might want to evaluate my future planning by dividing it into three separate steps.