Jason Hong considers how students working on their doctorates in computer science must adapt and evolve to succeed.
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Excellent piece of good advice Prof Hong! I am in the midst of a Masters programme and believe if one can have the right attitude as guided by your article, he or she (myself included) will contribute meaningfully to scientific community at large. It is the contribution that counts, not necessarily to degree certificate conferred. A worth documenting perspective; with great thanks.
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