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Hey guys, my name is Robert Scubelek, I've been lurking around these forums for a couple of weeks now, and have found more answers here than anywhere else on the internet, so I figured that its about time to become a member and try to contribute something. I'm in the computer science program at Indiana University, but I'm transferring to Purdue University for the Fall 2011 semester, because they supposedly have one of the best computer science programs in the country (for my pocketbook anyway). So far all I know is HTML/CSS, and a little bit of Javascript. Lately, at …

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I'm currently working towards earning my bachelor's degree in computer science from Purdue University, and I was wondering what my options are as far as finding a job in the computer science field while I'm still going to school? I'm not at the point where I can get an internship yet, so I figure my best bet is to grab a couple of certifications and use those to get myself a job until I graduate. I do NOT want to be a waiter anymore. So, I suppose my question is, what certifications do you guys recommend for landing a decent …

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Hey guys, I've been lurking around these forums for a few weeks now, and this website is by far the most helpful of any site I've visited as far as honing my newfound Python skills, and I figured it's time I jump in and ask some of the more specific questions that have been plaguing me. So here goes. I'm working on my first non-school-assigned program, just a simple unit converter, and I'm having some trouble with the raw_input() method. If I code it like the following code block, everything works fine: [code=python] def distanceConverter(dfrom, funit, dto, tunit): print dfrom …

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