just curious, C++ or python
So i just finished the c++ 102 which is the second level that end with templates, it kicked my ass and working with inheritance and multiple files was very hard, iv never been and to this day do not enjoy coding the least bit, but am curious as to how far in depth a networking major would half to go into python subjects. Next semester is the first and only class ill have in python, but wasn't sure if its going to be a re learn of everything that i learned in C++ but just in python now. The degree itself is very broad and if i ever decide to stick with it, the main areas of focus i was told would focusing all my effort into ( Cisco CCNA material + Linux + Python ) <--- this is allot to take in, i still have no idea if ill be able to have to pass my CCNA be i graduate cause this summer i have math and comparative religion which will take up most of my time, then the next semester is jam packed with ( unix + sql + ethical hacking + project management + something,cant remember ) but ya <-----thats allot to learn, especially if i have 0 knowledge on any of it as of now. But ya, is that a good combo (ccna,linux,python) for a net worker.