Apple CEO Tim Cook: You don't need a degree to code mobile apps

Study compares computer-science students from four countries, US ranks top
Despite starting computer-science degrees with high skills in math and science, students in China and Russia don’t end up as good as their US counterparts.

Computer-science graduates in the US can expect to pay over $100,000 to get an education and a piece of paper that says they’ve completed a bachelor’s degree. But can that paper say anything about their proficiency at coding? 

Apple co-founders Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak didn’t have degrees when they launched what has become one of the most valuable companies in the world. 

And now Apple CEO Tim Cook is spreading the…

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