I'm a Datamatics student, the term doesn't translate well into English, but can be described as something along the lines of "Applied Computer Science" in the sense that it focuses more on learning how to build and manage software, databases, and computer architecture rather than having to learn all sorts of arbitrary algorithms like you do in the traditional Computer Science courses.
My Fields of interest are programming in
Objective-C as well as digital design.
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