I am a software developer with a CS background. While my background in CS has armed me with the techniques, algorithms and tools to do my job; creating useful software for a real business requires a greater knowledge of both the problem domain and effective working practices than of the latest and greatest algorithms.
I'm very much into learning things from the ground up. I think that learning assembly language and C has made me a much better programmer.
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