Sounds like you see a college degree as representing the actions to get that degree.>>4766>Would a college degree be of a much better worth if the price was a lot less?
I'm not sure if you're asking that of me, or if it's rhetorical. If to me, cost factors into my judgement of college (for me), but not primarily. It's more college doesn't feel right.>evaluates how well you are at grasping the material
That's an important element. Many people don't see it this way, but I think people who chose to make hiring decisions based on the educational attainment of the applicant expect college guarantees a minimum standard.>say developer
Part of the reason I thought people might want to share their ideas on college is I'm part of a Facebook group for programmers (who are often also software developers), and posts related to the value of a college degree in the software fields tend to get a lot of attention.