Sup gurus? I have been wondering a few things. See, I'm studying for a Computer Science degree and from what I've seen seen/read, there is a lot of emphasis on how much you do besides the actual degree related to your career path. Often the advice is never settle for what you learn in university, rather, study more in your spare time, finish side projects, elaborate your portfolio from them, research the branches in CS that you're interested in. It seems like there is so much to learn to actually get capable enough for developing software that uni stuff isn't even 1/4 of what you should know 4 years from now on when you get your degree and start looking for a job. What you get from uni is put on 2nd place against what you should learn by your own basically. I'm wondering if it is the same in other career paths, like law, chemistry, biology, mathematics, physics, etc. If there emphasis on personal research rather than emphasis on learning first all you can from uni courses.