Stephan van Hulst wrote:The way I see it, if you don't have any experience with programming, you're not going to get a job as a programmer unless it's an entry level job where they are willing to train you directly from the start.
Why not teach yourself some programming in your spare time during the next few semesters?
Campbell Ritchie wrote:What's corporate IT? How does it differ from other CS courses? Don't you have any modules requiring you to program something of any size? Do you have an industrial placement? Why did you choose those two languages? The principles of programming are ot a great extent language‑agnostic.
What sort of things would you be interested in programming?
Junilu Lacar wrote:What you posted is kind of hard to read because of the poor formatting. Here's the properly formatted code. Please do the same in the future: