well, not even that much. Even if you can put an extra 100-150 hours a year.Originally posted by Terrance
If you can put an extra 200-300 hours worth of programming time into your schedule a year
Remember, 2 out of every 5 programmers in the U.S. don't even have a degree.
Not to rant myself, but learning how to program is going to come down to how much time you invest into programming yourself, not necessarily where you go to college.
just my 2 cents.