Funtoo Linux Developer pytony Posted October 6, 2014 Funtoo Linux Developer Report Share Posted October 6, 2014 Hi guys, I'm currently studying to get a bachelor degree in computer science and I wonder what would be the best way to complete my studies afterward. I think Funtoo Linux users, more than any other distro I know, share a common passion on understanding what's actually going on between the "high-level layer" of their OS and the hardware. That's why I think your experiences and advices would be more valuable to me than those I could get from another more generic computer science forum. For now, courses are easy enough to allow me to spend my "non-uni-time" on a part-time job as web-developer. And I spend the most part of my left spare time refining my system configuration, developing automation/productivity tools and taking part in Funtoo development as much as I can. I pretty sure after my studies I would work in more or less the same field as you do (ie. somehow dealing with the low-level layer of the software, or even the hardware). So I would like to know what kind of work you do/did, and how was your studies. Especally I'm often asking these questions to myself: Should I work my courses to get very good marks instead of good/sufficiant marks, instead of spending time learning things I think more relevant to me on my own (eg. getting involved in an open source community such as Funtoo)? Would it be a good idea to make a PhD if I feel I could? Thank you in advance for your precious feedbacks about your experience. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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