After taking college-level courses and designing text and graphics for a computer game while in high school, C. Travis Webb expected to get a degree in computer science.
But as a freshman in college, the drudgery of a five-days-a-week, 8 a.m. calculus class convinced him otherwise. The loss of the computer science industry is the gain of the accounting world.

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