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TechCrunch recently published an article explaining why the modern computer science education does not currently prepare students to be real-life engineers. Entitled “The Modernization of Computer Science Education,” the article was written by Jay Borenstein, a computer science lecturer at Stanford University and founder of Facebook’s Open Academy.

An excerpt from the article:

“Most people, especially in Silicon Valley, are aware that there aren’t enough engineers graduating from college today. By 2020, the U.S. Department of Labor projects that there will be 1.4 million computer science (CS) jobs available, but only enough graduates to fill 30 percent of these jobs. What’s perhaps even more troubling, but frequently overlooked, is that the engineers who are graduating today often don’t have the level of real-world skills in CS they need to meet the requirements of open positions. Why? Put simply, being a CS student is very different from being a real-life software engineer.”

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