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A typical computer science degree consists of projects. A lot of them. My computer science classes at Rutgers University featured around 3–5 small projects spread throughout the semester. I could describe these small projects as a drizzle; they formed the backbone of my experience as a programmer, didn’t pose too much of a challenge or obstruction and there was always a constant stream of them.

Moving forward, projects started getting bigger. Some examples were a chess Android app, a rudimentary version control system, and a website for mock a travel agency with a database backend. …

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