Pinakamagastos sa tingin ko yung COmp.Eng kaysa sa dalawang yan (IT and Com Scie). Sa Microprocessor subject pa nga lang mamumulubi ka na pano pa kaya kung sa ibang subjects pa . Pag IT and Com Scie, May computer ka lang buhay ka na eh.
i think ndi nila kaya un.. hahaha!! according to my experience ditu sa sti.. hehehe.
syempre mas mahirap yung Computer engineering kaysa sa dalawang yan
walang challenge ang comp.sci at IT compared sa COMP.E...mahirap ang comp.eng'g...
Com Engg : My course is harder because I need to program in the lower level and I get to solder a lot.Com Sci : My course is harder because I have to think about complex OS algorithms and networking protocols.IT : My course is harder because I have to fucking create an actual computerized solution to a fucking human problem.Clueless. My point is, each course has a specialty and one is not necessarily easier than the other ( thatentirely depends on your school, maybe in your school, your ComSci and IT teachers are dummies. ).Com E might have difficult hardware courses but ComSci and IT have their difficult software coursestoo ( have you ever wrapped your head around the linear algebra needed for 3D graphics programming ?or the relational Calculus needed in Distributed DBMS ? or account for every firing neuron in an artificialneural networks class ? ).My .02 cents to the topic is:Com Engg is focused more on the hardware side of computing.Com Sci is focused more on the theoretical side of computingInfo Tech is focused more on the application side of computing.
im a computer engineering graduate last 2002 and im working now as MIS Headsa tingin ko difference between them:computer engineering: a little bit of everything about computer architecture, electronic, software and hardware (but most about hardware)CompSci: more on creating and designing data and application but must rely on the work of computer engineersIT: well sad to say its just my opinion (sorry) must rely on the work both of compsci and compE
Actually, if you come to think of it, ComSci is the encompassing study,.. IT and ComEngg are just branches of ComSci that specializes. ComSci creates the theory, ComEngg studies it further and creates a working implementation if the theory is hardware related. IT studies the theory further and creates a solution if it is software related. To give an example, consider the TCP/IP network stack. Several computer scientist came to the conclusion that in order to havea network that could survive a nuclear attack, it is best if the data to be transmitted is broken down into chunks and each chunk would have the address of the destination computer( IP ). Furthermore, if the transmitting party wants a reliable ordering and delivery, each chunk should contain its sequence number so that the complete message can be easily assembled( TCP ). That's the theoryof TCP/IP. A ComEngg then studies that theory and the protocols, then creates the hardware that could support it. An IT practitionerstudies that theory and protocols and begins constructing an application that exploits its capabilities.ComSci is like the Physics and Chemistry of the Engineering world. They build the theory. Engineering implements them. And engineering,in this analogy, is IT and ComEngg.Unless of course if your ComSci course is just teaching you programming, databases and what not. In which case, your not really studying ComSci but studying Software Engineering.
yes i read that already but i want to gain some other opinions..Malawak din naman ang Mechanical Engineering and Civil Engineering but then nagkakaiba lang sa specializations..even EE and ECE too..Malawak din naman ang computer science and 'may possibly' can do the jobs of CoE..but what makes 'software' field so different..?
If i'm not mistaken, John Von Neumann is a mathematician, yet he was considered 'engineer' because of his pioneering works in computers during those early days..There are also some professors in computer science with Ph.D degree in computer science with no engineering background during his early studies, yet SUN microsystems hired him as Software Engineer.. Sa pagkakaalam ko ang CoE na derive sa CS..dati magkasama ung dalawang iyan, but as complexities in computers and in software grew..nag-break na ung dalawa into their own respective fields..and i think kaya na rin ng ECE ung sa CoE..dagdagan lang ng konting specializations ang ECE related sa CoE sa curricula..