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I've recently started the second year of my undergrad and I've been teaching myself Korean for the past 6ish months. Does anyone have any insights on how self-taught skills are viewed on an application? Not only languages but perhaps coding or instruments for instance. I'm wondering if it's better to take classes and give up the flexibility of independent learning just to be able to have a reference that can attest to your competence in that skill.
Hi everyone, I was wondering what benefits there were for having programming/coding skills? What sort of competitive advantage would it give you when PI's are deciding on potential undergrads to hire to join their research lab? I've heard that knowing how to program/code are great skills to have, but was wondering about how it can specifically be beneficial? Also, I've started learning Python because I heard that's one of the common ones researchers use, but if anyone could shed some light on this topic, that'd be great, thanks!