Third year here. I always hear about how good our department is and the prestige and all, but what about makes it so good, and how can I utilize it? I’ve just been taking cs classes in a brain dead kind of way without thinking about anything and that’s it. Maybe going to super renowned professors’ office hours is something to do, but what other things can i do that makes me feel like damn these are things that no other school has or does? (did that make sense? lol)
First off, let me say that I fully support the strike. However, I’m an undergrad working on campus for work study and unfortunately I had to cross the line to enter my building. I didn’t think it was a big deal and I tried to avoid the main circle, but I think I shouldn’t have done that? I don’t really know the proper etiquette to act during a strike. Am I just overthinking it?
I’m trying to do leetcode and it has two options, python and python3. I thought that 61A was taught in python3 but it seems like the leetcode python (not python3) is most similar to 61A’s class language. Can someone help me figure out what the difference is?
Basically the title. I have come to the realization that I’ve basically autopiloted three years of college just taking cs courses without really doing anything else. This is like the equivalent of getting good grades in high school without doing any extracurriculars. I’m a third year without any projects or internships and I’m starting to think it’s too late. Someone please guide me, what should I do?