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Interesting. In my CS degree ('08) the languages used in the few classes that involved actual programming were: C++, Scheme, Prolog, Python and Java. Never anything that would require proprietary software like Visual Studio.



Consider yourself lucky.

A CS degree is not where you learn "market skills". It's where you learn to build the stuff that will define what "market skills" are.




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