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Which On the web Computer Degrees Can make you Rich?

Its no secret that computer programmers, web designers, as well as web developers are making lots of money at work. Fundamental essentials movers and the shakers of our own generation, and they are those driving the future. For his or her toils, they are getting rewarded with paychecks more than you can possibly imagine. Wouldnt you like to participate in their elite club? And among the various up and coming on the internet computer degrees, you may be making six or seven digits right away at all.

Online computer degrees have been around for many years now, but they have been always eclipsed from the more popular business and management degrees pressed by most on the web institutions. This is because personal computer degrees are a little more difficult to obtain and also require a lot more work. They are degrees for individuals who really want to work in the sector that they are shooting regarding – and will do anything whatsoever to get there.

Formerly, computer programming was the most used of the online pc degrees. However, since time has passed and much more and more software is shifting to the internet, computer programming just isn’t where the big bucks are anymore. No, in order to make a lot of money inside the computer field, you have to turn your awareness of degrees dealing with the internet.

Web applications take off like rockets and most of them are bringing in cash like you could just dream of. The people to their rear, the web designers and also web developers, are the ones producing all of the money – which are jobs that one could easily do and among the online computer degrees. There has never already been a better time to consider your education online to learn how to do web programming, web development, or web design. These are three major areas that will be in high demand for several years to come, so what have you been waiting for?

Comments: 68

  1. Parker February 19, 2013 at 11:30 am Reply

    As I am employed full time taking care of a family I cannot attend a local community college. Does anyone know of a good university that offers programs online in computer science or any related fields? I have tried university of phoenix and absolutely hated it. Any pointers?

  2. Domitila March 24, 2013 at 12:44 pm Reply

    I started an online computer course for my Bachelors degree a few years ago. I am just about to complete the degree and I found out my current agency where I work does NOTHING for higher degrees. Meaning, I am schooled twice as long as the others and I get zilch. On paper, I am over qualified for the job I have.

    Should I consider leaving once I have my degree since it doesn’t’ do jack for me where I am at?

  3. Luciano April 11, 2013 at 1:21 am Reply

    The school I’m looking at is $130 for out of district, but isn’t fully online. I’m interested in a computer science/programming degree.

  4. Dorothy April 15, 2013 at 4:53 pm Reply

    I want to change careers and was thinking about getting some kind of degree that would allow me to work in the health field but not be a nurse or doctor? Something that has a good job outlook (southern indiana). I’m interested in health and fitness and/or doing computer work. What degrees can I get? I’m thinking physical therapy would be too much time. I need something I can maybe get online. I found “masters in health sciences with a specialty in public health” program online. What do u think?

  5. Tommye May 1, 2013 at 4:23 am Reply

    I have a friend who wants to finish his computer engineering degree but wants an online college, he’s from greece and the online colleges are full. Can he apply to an american one or no? Also, I know there are international schools, is there one with computer engineering cause I couldn’t find one.

  6. Mari May 13, 2013 at 12:06 pm Reply

    Or are they looked down upon? For example, if I get an online degree in computer science, will my degree be accepted by employers or will they reject me for not having a real degree?

  7. Elana May 29, 2013 at 7:09 pm Reply

    I still have some time before I choose, but I was wondering – is it possible for me to go after a computer science degree in college if I have very little experience beforehand? My high school doesn’t offer computer science courses, and I don’t feel like I’ve learned much past the basics on my own, so would I be able to keep up in college?

  8. Maxima June 18, 2013 at 11:09 pm Reply

    Where do I start my wife is taking classes online. She is going for a computer degree. I was just tiring to find out what is a good netbook for her to have? I want to get one as a gift but I don’t know which one has a good Battery life and fast for the job she is doing. I hear some are faster then other even though they have the same chip. If you can help it will be the best ohhh most have bluetooth. Thank you everyone.

  9. Floretta July 5, 2013 at 10:11 pm Reply

    I know you can with a computer science degree but what about computer information systems.
    Also can you get the same jobs as if you would with a computer science degree.

  10. Mario July 8, 2013 at 4:03 pm Reply

    I’m hoping to do an online degree in computer programming as i want to get a job and study in the evening. I would like to be able to develop apps for the iphone aswell.
    Thanks

  11. Roger July 9, 2013 at 5:16 am Reply

    There seems to be too many scams on making “easy money” Out there in our online world.
    I am just looking for a real method to be able to work from home making 100-500 a month (trying to be realistic)
    Has anyone actually tried any of these online “systems” If so I would like some feed back please and even some good recommendations.
    I am good with computers, no degree in computers, but been very computer Savoy most of my life.
    Thanks in advance 🙂

  12. Maria August 11, 2013 at 3:46 am Reply

    Computer Science degree on the side? I don’t wnat to do it online. I want a program in Los Angeles that is reputable, for adults and attracts professionals that are smart, accomplished and from good companies so I can network…

  13. Emmy October 15, 2013 at 3:17 pm Reply

    PharmD + Computer Science Degree= ? I was hoping to double major but don’t know if getting a Computer Science degree in combination with my PharmD degree will get me. I can’t seem to find much info about this situation.

  14. Eboni October 15, 2013 at 5:38 pm Reply

    I want to get an online master degree on computer science from a US university. But I don’t know which school has those online degree program. Could anyone tell me some details? Is it very expensive? Thanks very much.

  15. Willard December 10, 2013 at 6:29 pm Reply

    Should I get a computer science degree online? I’m a stay at home mom I have some college credits from a local Private College. I want to transfer to Regis University to take their online Computer Science program. It looks pretty solid and its ABET Accreditted. I have some programming experience so I want to learn more. Its a good school. Private 4 year Jesuit University. Would someone hire me with a degree earned online from a good school?

  16. Jay December 23, 2013 at 5:10 am Reply

    Are these online degrees legitimate? Will she be able to work at home and make money or is this a hard business to get in to and not worth the time?

  17. Emmitt January 3, 2014 at 6:55 pm Reply

    My husband has a computer science degree with about 2 years of experience with one of the world’s largest information systems centers (Wal-Mart). We are very interested in the officer programs offered by the different branches of the military, but we honestly just don’t know that much about them. Which branch would offer good career choices for this degree?

  18. Reginald January 4, 2014 at 1:59 am Reply

    Right after I started an online degree program, the motherboard and power supply blew on my emachine. I’ve been borrowing a laptop, but I need to purchase my own PC or get this one repaired. I’m leaning more toward purchasing a new one. With my limited budget in mind, what the best brand/model that I can purchase?

  19. Chadwick January 4, 2014 at 9:24 am Reply

    I need help trying to find the best online college for a computer science degree. I don’t want to go to a ground college. I want to be able to do everything completely online. I’ve been looking around, but I keep hearing that for profit colleges like DeVry, Everest, and Pheonix are not the way to go. Please give me your feedback and your own experiences as a computer programmer. Thank you.

  20. Willy January 4, 2014 at 9:24 am Reply

    I am looking into online programs for computer science. My concern is the quality of the programs and the crediability of the degree to employers when hiring. Other programs I am looking at are University of Maryland University, and other public colleges offering online programs in computer science.

    Does anyone have any suggestions or comments on colleges they went to that employers would hire employees from to the same degree as a traditional college program. I don’t have any prior experience in computer. Although I am taking some computer science courses at a community college, including math courses. I also have an AA degree.

  21. Mavis January 4, 2014 at 9:24 am Reply

    I recently started working for a computer company and my boss wants me to further my education on this without losing me to school or something like that.
    What is the best place to earn a degree, preferably in problem solving specific issues or just general maintenance and repair.
    It doesn’t matter if I have to pay for it or if it’s free, it’s mostly for show, so that the customers will feel safer about using our service, but I want to learn more, too.

    So do you have any recommendations?

  22. Bee January 10, 2014 at 12:37 am Reply

    I finished my computer science degree 8 months ago and after working at a FTSE 100 company for 8 months I have realised my life sucks and I would ideally like to be a DELL certified systems enginner but there is no hope in the as DELL don’t offer anything along those lines so I cannot get certified.

    I was thinking of instead becoming a Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer but that seems nothing to do with repair technician roles.

  23. Santos February 1, 2014 at 7:52 pm Reply

    Most are nt accredited ad it seems like its a waste of money and time

    I want to do computer science online because it’s easier and I can learn a lot so I can leave my job at the restaurant. Hopefully I can advance into management with my degree.

    What do you think? Is computer science being outsourced?

  24. Lance February 21, 2014 at 4:33 am Reply

    I’m currently going to college without a declared major just yet. However, I’ve recently done some web design and liked what little I did of it… Could someone tell me what exactly a web designer does though as a career and roughly how much it pays? Also, could you tell me what degree I would need to get a job in web design? Would I need an associates of Arts in computer science, or what? Please help out if you can.

  25. Jere February 21, 2014 at 1:03 pm Reply

    I would like to develop computer schools that will help me with a career in computers. I have really started to enjoy them and think it would be an interesting field. Of course, pay is important, but I also want to do something I like. What are the best jobs in the field of computers & IT? Can I get the qualifications I need to land a good job doing online programs and part time study while working full time? Anyone out there in the computer or IT fields that can help?

  26. Adrian February 21, 2014 at 6:54 pm Reply

    Is getting an online degree in computer science good

  27. Modesto February 21, 2014 at 11:47 pm Reply

    i would like to study a online short term degree course in webdesigning. i am in cincinnati, USA. Is that worth learning a computer course thru online ? i have done a bachelors degree in computers earlier. how good are online degree in terms of getting a job . appreciate if anyone could help me on this.

  28. Mary February 21, 2014 at 11:47 pm Reply

    Good school. Went there for my undergrad but returning at a post-bac and they now just offered an online bachelor of science computer science degree. My only main concerns are, how will future employers look at this? I just hope that I am learning just as much as I should be compared to what someone is learning in the classroom. Any employers or people in this field have any advice or suggestions on what they may be looking for? A degree is a degree right?
    Please look at the link and the course offered. Let me know if these are classes are realistic to apply on the job.

    http://ecampus.oregonstate.edu/online-degrees/undergraduate/computer-science/

  29. Abbey February 22, 2014 at 12:26 am Reply

    What are some of the best online schools for earning a bachelors degree in Education & Teaching?

  30. Britt March 11, 2014 at 4:07 am Reply

    What online institution is well reputed and widely acceptable for a degree
    program in Computer Science or realated subject

  31. Kiesha March 11, 2014 at 9:31 pm Reply

    I’m thinking about going back to college and a few of my family members say I’d make a great computer engineer. Here’s the catch, I don’t know anything about what a computer engineer does or what the programs would be like. What types of things do you do and what types of jobs can you get? Is it worth going to school for? Any other things you can tell me would ba helpful. Thanks for your time and advice.

  32. Rosaria March 24, 2014 at 9:59 am Reply

    I think their should be an asterick beside an online degree. From my experience a lot of what you learn is from interacting with teachers, and other students. I know some of you onliners will forcefully disagree. Too bad you can’t say it to my face.

  33. Marian March 24, 2014 at 10:49 am Reply

    I can’t go Tia traditional college because I have to work and support my family. Is there a place I can get a credible degree for computer networking or something related? Would this degree be as good or even close to a traditional degree? I have looked for info but can’t find a place to get one.

  34. Rosaline March 26, 2014 at 5:56 am Reply

    hi
    i am searching for a degree in computer science associate or bachelors , i am frustrated from searching , i found affordable IT degrees but it is not what i want , i want to follow a game development career ,
    my limit for expenses are 10’000 dollars not a dime more, can anyone please help me find one
    , if there are accelerated degrees it would be my best fit

  35. Oswaldo March 28, 2014 at 5:07 pm Reply

    I have a 4 year degree that I earned in 2003 in rec and parks. I wanted to try and get a computer science degree and was looking online with no help. I don’t want to have to fill out a bunch of personal information to find certain schools that would offer this, any help would be great.

  36. Emmy April 19, 2014 at 5:04 pm Reply

    I was wondering if there us a hands down best online school to get a computer degree in, many suggestions would help.

  37. Ted April 24, 2014 at 1:32 pm Reply

    I thought I wanted computer science but found out it has a lot of math which I don’t like. What degree has to do with a job where I am troubleshooting, taking out viruses, configuring but is not hands on or taking apart the computer. I would like to know what type of jobs I could do with this. What is the title of the jobs and careers so I can begin to look it up and find out as much as I can about it. What certificates can I take to start off or associate degree. Lastly what are some good certificate programs in NYC. If you are knowledgeable in this area please tell me all the parts of the degree(s) or certification(s) I am describing. Tell me what your experience have been if any what it was like to be in a training program for this.

  38. Renay April 24, 2014 at 4:14 pm Reply

    I’m trying to set up a website, nothing special, just testing out my newly learnt skills. I’m practicing by making a site offering my web design services, but i won’t really be using it.
    I’m studying from w3schools, and have only done X/HTML & CSS so far.
    I’m trying to get ideas about what a web designer should put on the homepage/site
    So far…
    Homepage – I have three short paragraphs explaining what the site is about and what is on offer.

    Links to other pages (not made the pages yet) (hosting/domain name – these pages will have links to hosting companies and Domain Name providers)

    I have yahoo’d and google’d ‘web designers’ to get some ideas and with respect, some sites are just cr@p.

    Can i be really cheeky and see some of your sites (if you are web designers by trade)?
    Is there any thing in particular i need to add?
    Is it ok to use tables instead of frames/nav bar as i hate them with a passion?

    Thank you in advance.

  39. Perry April 29, 2014 at 5:08 pm Reply

    Which is the best place to get an online Bachelors degree? I have no choice but to go online because I have no car to get me to my classes. I have this in my heart and it is really what i want to do.

    I went to Everest for medical assisting and I want to get another degree in another health field. Can I just apply to any college as a freshman or transfer or do i need to have my transcript from Everest??

  40. Jesica April 30, 2014 at 5:10 am Reply

    I was wondering do I have to go to a 4 year university to get my computer science degree ? Can I get it at community college ? Because its cheaper and I’m broke but I’m 24 and don’t want to waste anymore time not being in school. And if so what schools are there in Jacksonville Florida ??

  41. Sidney April 30, 2014 at 6:10 pm Reply

    I want to enroll in a degree online computer course. I am mainly interesting in troubleshooting. Should I look for IT courses? Which online colleges/universities should I look at.

  42. Donita May 1, 2014 at 6:26 pm Reply

    really wanna get back in school but dont have good transportation. it would be kindaunrealistic considering i ride a bike to work nd back a good distance already. i am going to finish school either way. i just wanna know is an online degree at least almost as good in computer science. or should i just keep pedalin.. know of any good online schools? what branch in com sci would be best?

  43. Ardath May 2, 2014 at 4:31 am Reply

    I already have a bachelors, but I’d like to get one now in computer information services to pursue a new career. What’s the fastest I can accomplish this online and what’s an average cost for this?

  44. Virgil May 2, 2014 at 11:28 pm Reply

    Ok, im a mother of two, just graduated high school, work full time but still want to get my associates degree. At first i was going to just go to school a couple days a week and earn like that. But now im concidering doing it online. If you have done this, please tell me the pros and cons of it.

  45. Eusebio May 3, 2014 at 1:15 am Reply

    I have always wondered about this. Do employers take online degrees seriously? I am wanting to get a degree in Computer Science. I already do work as a web developer. I already have two years of college, I just need my last two in order to get my Bachelor’s degree. How easy is it to get financial aid for online universities? The closest university is over an hour away, and so it would be very difficult to commute to it.

    Any recommendations for an online school for Computer Science?

  46. Leighann May 3, 2014 at 6:57 am Reply

    I wanted to further my studies via online education. Is it recognised in Singapore? Any links? I’m looking at Business Information Technology…

    Thanks!

  47. Brooks May 3, 2014 at 9:40 am Reply

    I did engineering in Computer Science in HYDerabad, India. am working as an Assistant Professor in an Engineering College. I want to do MS

  48. Evette May 4, 2014 at 11:15 am Reply

    I’m thinking about getting a degree in computer science online through a brick and mortar school that offers distance learning. I LOVE coding and I’m thinking about getting into programming. Due to my crazy hectic life, I need to do my schooling online. Just wondering if considering the curriculum if it is something that is doable online or is it better to attend a campus to use a computer lab etc for learning? Any advice appreciated ;D
    Kyle I disagree with you on that. Real colleges and Universities do accept credits from online schools. I know that for a fact.

  49. Darwin May 5, 2014 at 9:55 am Reply

    I currently work in the maintenance/service field so i travel a lot all over the US on service calls. I have about 80 college credits, about 2 classes short of my gen ed’s the rest are under the study of Information systems. Id like to complete my degree but i want to get rid of some of my debt first. Since i have alot of time in hotels i was wonder if anyone has taken any of the online certifications for things like Microsoft,HTML, or Java and if it was worth it for your career. Or if a online school would be more beneficial, the only problem with that is alot of them charge a tuition that is almost double what i would pay for my hometown university. Any suggests from someone in the IT/IT security field?
    Thanks

  50. Mavis May 5, 2014 at 10:27 pm Reply

    I’m wondering if a career as a web designer is a good choice?? Also, would a Associates degree land me a decent job? What kind of pay could someone expect to make with just a associates in this field? Would a assocaites get me a job or do most places require a ba? I’m trying to figure out what I want to do and I used to make webpages as a kid and loved it, and I think it would be a great field for me. I’m just wanting to get more information from real people so I know that I”m making the right decision. Thanks everyone and any other information related to this would be great, as i’m looking for all the info I can get.

  51. Lucrecia May 6, 2014 at 2:02 pm Reply

    Just need some advice from Front end web people out there.

    I want to be in a position where I can get a job as a corporate web designer, then maybe go freelance later. But with SO much out there to learn in the world of web design and SO many people doing the same thing I want to make sure I am focusing on the right areas by getting a niche skill and not wasting my time and energy (though I guess any study isn’t a waste).

    What I want to know is…. am I heading in the right direction? Is it worth cracking on with wordpress (is it the way forward?) or is there something I am missing?

    Here’s what I got under my belt so far…

    XHTML – No problem
    CSS – pretty good, and getting better.

    WordPress – I’m getting much better at creating my own themes and websites in wordpress by hardcoding with php.

    Pretty good skills with Flash (with AS 2) .Photoshop.Fireworks

    Can check forms and some basic dhtml using Javascript.

    Oh – just one more question – If a client doesn’t need a blog, is it ok to still use wordpress as a CMS?

    Thanks guys.

  52. Hollie May 6, 2014 at 10:09 pm Reply

    I’m already pursuing a degree from an urban university in USA, but I was thinking of getting an online degree from an accredited college also at a cheaper rate.
    I have little to no idea about such degrees. I’m really confused on a lot of grounds like :

    1. How will we give the exams ?
    2. Any chances of financial aid for International Students in USA ?
    3. After completing the coursework, how will we receive the degree ?
    4. Can we complete it in very short time like 2 years (Bachelor’s) ?
    5. Can we complete online degrees while already studying on F-1 Visa ?

    I’m considering online colleges like Baker’s (MI) or Unv.of Phoenix.

    Thanks!
    A few details, which I felt I should add :

    1. How exactly is Baker College ?
    I’m asking this cause it’s the cheapest & has my area of interest i.e. Computer SCIENCE.

    2. Do International students really get scholarships for online degrees ?

    3. I have seen that each course is 6 weeks long, so can I opt for multiple courses at the same time, which together will run for 6 weeks straight ?

  53. Shalon May 7, 2014 at 11:09 pm Reply

    I’m about to turn 25 years old. I’m currently a sophomore, transferring to a 4 year institution to pursue by degree in Computer Science (Information Technology). I’m currently working for a nationwide known company in IT as a intern. Right now, my manager is looking for a full-time person for a job position that I qualify for. The only problem is that I’m in school during the day. I see that if I attend University of Phoenix, I can work full-time, as well as go to school and acquire my bachelor’s degree through them, rather than a traditional college. If not, I’ll have to wait until 2009 (I’ll be 26 yrs old) in order to work a full-time job and there’s no guarantee that they’ll be looking for someone when I “finally” graduate. Also, I really need the money. What do you think? online or 4 year?

  54. Kasha May 8, 2014 at 9:01 pm Reply

    I want to get a masters in library science, but I’m not sure if I’ll get a job if I do that.

  55. Esteban May 14, 2014 at 7:24 am Reply

    I am planning on getting a Computer science bachelor or masters degree (haven’t decided yet) from an accredited online school. Would employers look at me a different way because I have an online degree? What is a good accredited online college for a Computer Science degree?

  56. Adolph May 18, 2014 at 7:35 pm Reply

    i am a web designer at the beginner level in Bangladesh. i am trying to migrate to america. may i know how is the job possibilities in america and canada for web designer/developers? what kind of best jobs they can get and how much can be the payment at the initial level? is there any firm who can help me like giving sponsorship if i contact?
    gadfly,

    india protect her industry by not allowing foreigners to work and america doesnt do this in the name for discrimination free labour law. both are right. because america is filled with stupid native people like u who cant even know that Bangladesh is an independent state and it is not a part of india. India is a irrelevant topic here.

  57. Zena May 20, 2014 at 6:00 pm Reply

    I am trying to start a Slide Show/Wedding Photograraphy business and I am looking for a Creative Web Designer who can create a web site from scratch.
    I need someone that is affordable!

  58. Lauren May 21, 2014 at 7:22 am Reply

    What are some good, low tuition, online universities/colleges for computer science ba degree?

  59. Sebastian May 22, 2014 at 12:10 pm Reply

    Once I complete my classes online to get my masters degree, will they send me an actual degree certificate or will it be online & something I have to print off my computer?

  60. Emmett May 22, 2014 at 4:21 pm Reply

    hi all .. i’m intending to take up computer science courses .. online courses or so ..
    but i don’t know where to start, i mean, is there any basics i can start with? C language?? i don’t know, i have dozens of ebooks regarding computer programming but i haven’t started yet .. i have a slight background about the subject, i took fortran and visual basic though i haven’t been thorough enough i guess .. does anyone knows a good university where i can take courses online and get a good degree, an employable one i mean .. also what language should i start with?

  61. Mary May 23, 2014 at 11:51 pm Reply

    I am looking into several programs. I live about 90 minutes from a traditional college and have a family, but have no experience in computer science. I do have an AA degree. I am currently taking online classes at a community college in computer science courses like Java and math courses. So it would be very convenient to get a degree online. However, I am worried about finding a job Afterards. I also worry about credits transfering to another college. Is their any online programs in the computer science fields that are credible for employers wanting to hire employees?

  62. Pricilla May 26, 2014 at 4:12 pm Reply

    Does anyone know of any cheap online computer science degrees? Are the online ones comparable to actually attending a school? As far as demand for the degree?
    Thank you!

  63. Reginald May 27, 2014 at 1:03 am Reply

    Has anyone gotten a computer forensics degree online? If so, where?

  64. Delmar June 12, 2014 at 11:12 am Reply

    I’ve seen some questions similar to this on the site but I wanted ask specifically for the Pennsylvania area. I would prefer an online college due to my hectic schedule. However, I understand that online schooling may not be the best option all the time.

    The reason I’m choosing computer science is because I read that it’s a nice base for a career in Computer Forensics. Any other ideas on what path to take for this whether it be schooling, degree, etc. is very welcome.

    I appreciate any constructive comments that are offered.

  65. Thuy June 16, 2014 at 5:26 am Reply

    I want to find a college/university that will accept my work experience and my certifications. I currently have my A+, MCDST, MCP, MCSA and MCSE. My career is moving in the direction of an Network Engineer/Systems Administrator. I don’t want to pay a lot for tuition and I would like to be able to accelerate my degree program. Also, it would need to be ALL ONLINE. I appreciate any and all feedback. Thank you in advance for taking the time to read this.

  66. Willard June 17, 2014 at 6:05 am Reply

    what is the diffrence between web designer,web developer and database designer, whats there role in creating a website ? what they are doing actually ,anyone please tell me

  67. Kathy June 17, 2014 at 6:49 pm Reply

    The degree I want to pursue is computer-related anyway. Computer Science. It could even be from Stanford, of Columbia University. But, only degree? What do you think? They’re cheaper and I can study and complete the homework on my own schedule. So that will leave me time to work because I have, literally, negative money. It’s good, ok, not bad? Or they’re fake, not valuable, not a real education?

  68. Johana June 20, 2014 at 1:39 am Reply

    Hi there and thanks for reading. I am a German living outside of Europe and would like to know how and where to look for online degrees. I have searched for days and everything I find are for US citizens. I was hoping in finding an american online college/university to study computer programming. But each time I want to apply it tells me I need to input State, City, and Zipcode info which I do not have since I am not living in the US.

    Could you recommend me one or a website where they could point me in the direction to achieve this???

    Thank you very much.
    I am looking for a Bachelor’s degree in computer programming.

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