news:AR%rH.797954$eN2....@fx47.iad Sun, 15 Nov 2020 01:52:32 GMT
in alt.computer.workshop, wrote:
> On Nov 14, 2020 at 5:43:31 PM MST, "Gremlin" wrote
>> Snit <brock.m...@gmail.com
>> news:W4YrH.541440$HY4.1...@fx37.iad Sat, 14 Nov 2020 21:35:50
>> GMT in alt.computer.workshop, wrote:
>>> On Nov 14, 2020 at 1:11:33 PM MST, "Gremlin" wrote
>>>>> I know some people in that field, and they don't speak that
>>>>> highly of degrees these days. You hear grumbling about
>>>>> diploma mills and stuff though; don't get them started. :D
>>>> Haha, Snit is a perfect fucking example of what your friends
>>>> rightfully complain about. Granted, the college the degree
>>>> came from brings some question, but, the fact he couldn't do a
>>>> fucking thing to help David with his laptop - well, that's
>>>> quite telling in and of itself, isn't it.
>>> Diesel / Gremlin 1:
>>> Well, I have two Masters myself, but they are in CS
>>> Diesel / Gremlin 2:
>>> Unlike yourself snit, I hold two honorary masters in IT
>>> What is your degree in again? LOL!
>> One is in CS, the other is in IT. Sorry for the typo on my end,
>> but I got them both a very long time ago; I was still a teenager
>> in both cases.
> Before you did not even know they were different areas of tech!
That's not true. If you'd like to compare what I know vs what you
know about tech, we can. Anytime. I've made this offer to you before,
but you didn't take me up on it. rofl.
> Face it -- you have been busted lying again.
Program design is part of computer science, snit. I haven't been
busted the first time by you lying about anything. Snit, when are you
going to learn just because you state something doesn't make it a
fact. A fact actually has evidence to support it. You haven't shown
any indication you have a firm grasp on any of those concepts,
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