Picking a Good Computer Camp
I have a pair of sons. One is already a freshman at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and the other is an incredibly ambitious young man. Honestly he does not care too much for many of his classes in High School. If he did the colleges would probably be fighting one another to offer him a scholarship. However he is a computer nerd in the true sense of the term. We are trying to pick a computer camp for him and mandrien consulting group to us. We do not allow our boys to misbehave at home and we do not want them to be allowed to do it elsewhere. It is important to us that they be good young men when they grow up and that requires us to be disciplined about the decisions we make.
John Edward is probably qualified to work as an IT professional right now at the age of 16, I already thought so and the guys in our IT department agree with me completely. Last summer he went into work with me about half the time and my boss sort of paid him under the table. He is not the least bit interested in that sort of job. He wants to be a software developer or a software engineer. I am not sure what the difference is. He says that he wants to go a computer camp in New England, but that is not practical for me because most of the other boys will be so much older than him. We are not really sure that John Ed can resist temptation away from home and we are looking for something closer to North Carolina. It seems like there would be something at one of the universities near here or in the Research Triangle thing.