Hello, a question probably more aimed for all you American programmers out of college. I'm currently getting my associates at a tech school, and might possibly go to a bigger school to get my bachelors, but I'm unsure if its the best choice for me. My question is in the world of programming, what would be better for me to do, get two years of actual work experience or two years of more schooling to get my bachelors? I mean, I know someone with a bachelors is looked favorably upon and in some professions is absolutely essential, but I'm unsure of how true this is for programming. I agree it's important, just not sure if its more important than two years of programming work experience... Any advise from the work force?