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I think it's pretty cool. The things you're talking about are a different world for me. I'm also a uni student, but I've so far focused mainly on OOP and data strucutres in c++. One of my goals for self-study in the near future is to really dive into low-level programming and computer design. I actually just grabbed these books the other day upon recommendation in a thread here.
>probably to the detriment of my career prospects out of university
If you have such a passion for that kind of programming, you could probably develop your proficiency in C and go straight into an embedded systems position out of school. Supposedly that field is growing right now because of the rise of the "internet of things."

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