On Wed, Aug 01, 2001 at 08:06:16AM +0100, Riley Williams wrote:
> Hi Peter.
> > Ok, im 16 and looking at heading into uni as soon as ive
> > finished year 12. I'm gonna head on over to uni, i am wondering
> > out of curiosity what courses most kernel developers have done?
> > im going to do either bachelour of computer science, or
> > information technology, at a later date, when im done my studies
> > im hoping to help with kernel developing, mozilla etc. etc., so
> > i was wondering what people would consider the course that gives
> > you "kernel development" sort of skillset-mindset any feedback
> > is appriciated, please CC it to my mail adress at
> > firstname.lastname@example.org
> Personally, I did "B.Sc. Computer Studies", but I suspect the actual
> course title is irrelevant, and it's the modules you do in the course
> that matter. Here's what I would regard as important:
> 1. A thorough knowledge of programming in C. Knowledge of C++
> will help.
> 2. Experience of programming hardware will definitely help.
> 3. The ability to think logically is a definite advantage, and
> tends to result in 90%+ of your programs working first time.
> Additions, anybody?
> Best wishes from Riley.
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