Is learning math important to becoming a programmer?

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Christopher Nerney
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I agree with rousseau. Programming, it seems to me (as a non-programmer) is part relentless logic and part inspiration. Math trains your mind to think in a methodical and precise way. There's no rounding up or ball-parking in programming. Code has to be right on the money or it doesn't work.

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