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I'd like to be an astrophysicist

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At 8:44am on September 23, 2011, Kevin Neelands said…
I recommend getting familar with java first but if you are familiar with C++ (or C) you will probably have no problems.
At 7:57am on August 23, 2011, Michael Levin said…
Hi Rajil! You get it: the spirit here is sharing. Astrophysics uses computing as a tool in almost every aspect. All the best and keep dreaming along with doing. Best, Michael Levin
At 9:54am on August 21, 2011, Michael Levin said…
Hi Rajil

Welcome to Codetown! I loved hearing that you dream of being an astrophysicist. I have a friend and former colleague, Than Putzig, who is an astrophysicist working with the Mars Project. He's my Facebook friend and if you're on FB, I will be glad to suggest you two friend eachother.

Hope you enjoy Codetown, dig in and start joining groups and contributing right away.

All the best and kitoko, my friend!

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