so im finishing up a 2 year degree in CIS and will also be getting microsoft certified this semester (going for the mcsa/mcse, and ive got the ccna). im happy with the direction im taking (enjoy what im learning), but im wondering if i might start taking some programming courses as well. how is programming as a career direction? is there any better money out there for a programmer than for an administrator or network technician? or would this at least "round out" my skills and make me more marketable? anyone worked in these fields who can compare/contrast these fields?