Hello everyone, today I decided to ask a question about a job as a programmer in big companies such as NASA, SpaceX, ESA, so there is a lot of vacancies, whether there is a demand for them, and is it possible to get the deal. Study at the faculty of Informatics at the Technical University of Munich.
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On topic - I don't think you get the logic you have trouble.
To study in Munich, dreaming about working at NASA and asking about vacancies on the Russian site is not the best example of logical reasoning.
If seriously, that: "people like you, millions around the world. Millions of vacancies in these offices some don't. Therefore, chances are you tend to zero" - here's an example of good logic.
By the way, Musk has came to me and said "haha awesome, but we have four trains, brim full of MIT graduates, it is not necessary".
NASA called, they said, and I quote: "we broke down the incineration plant of programmers we have in the US like dirt, we need intelligent engineers".
camden answered on March 19th 20 at 08:45
Vacancies enough company public
Make yourself not want
mckenna.West answered on March 19th 20 at 08:47
NASA -- I don't know, but the Boeing Liked Martin, Saab systems-is easy.